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SUCH FINE PARTICLES OF THE UNIVERSE

Bubblemath

 

Eclectic Prog

3.75 | 35 ratings

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MaxerJ
4 stars Going onto Bubblemath's MySpace, I noticed that this album came out in 2002.

All I can say is... Why wasn't I informed?!!

This quintet truly has the mark of the Prog-Gods on them. Beginning with the quick yet somehow smooth Miscreant Citizen, I was reminded of Mr Bungle. Some of the others fell into a quirky and wacky style that didn't appeal to me, but 'Potential People' 'TV Paid Off' 'She's No Vegetarian' and 'Your Disease is Nicer' were very solid. But all pale in comparison to the awe-inspiring 'Be Together'. This song just grabs you from go and its frenetic pace won't let you go. I have not heard ANYTHING this well composed from the last ten years. In fact, i would go so far to say that I have not heard anything this flowing, quick-paced and... progressing... since good ol' Roundabout.

Go onto Itunes and buy Be Together - the rest, as they say, will flow. To reiterate my previous point, it is a crime that this came out in 2002 and only now has it caught my attention. This means not enough people have bought this! So go do us all a favour!

Yes, you looking at this on the front page!

Don't jump over to the Porcupine Tree or Genesis pages! Go onto Itunes, now!

And brush your teeth. I can smell them from here.

MaxerJ | 4/5 |

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