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GRIME

Grime

 

Crossover Prog

3.05 | 10 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Pleasent album by this unknown french outfit from 1979 - selftitled. Grime plays progressive rock quite clearly influenced by King Crimson , Van Der Graaf Generator in places and has aswell elements from their country fellows Ange and Mona Lisa or Ripaille. The music is theatrical and eclectic to me with some symphonic touches here and there with nice sax and flute interludes with the rest of the intruments. My CD version is released at Musea Records and comes with a thick booklet (16 pages) with bio of the band, pictures, and has 6 bonus tracks unreleased until this version, but now this item is sold out for some time. 3 stars that means a good one but nothing special either. Anonymous group but with a good album from the golden age of french progressive rock school.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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