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THE PLOT THINS - A HISTORY OF BRAND X

Brand X

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.96 | 8 ratings

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Matti
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3 stars (The queer cover picture, um, among the stupidest I've seen.) The time I borrowed this compilation I had never heard of Brand X - only knew it for its drummer-Collins relation. I was slightly impressed. The music is very lively, surprising, flexible, modern instrumental jazz-rock par excellence. But it can get also quite tiring to ears, the style of keyboards especially. The sound is too much electric; more acoustic elements would be nicer for me. I have understood that the two first studio albums ('76, '77) are considered their best and for the new listeners they might be a better purchase. I missed album info and track lengths here. For connoisseurs this is probably of no use.
Matti | 3/5 |

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