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|5.0 classic||plane EMERITUS | September 4th 17|
Everyone will sleep on this eternal and no amount of art-cool posturing or name-affiliations will drag Storm and Stress into
the 21st Century, but 'Under Thunder and Fluorescent Lights' remains a harrowing, incomparable, wholly listenable
experience. A vast departure from their debut not unlike the indies stepping into a major label, the distinction for Storm and
Stress is that they double down on atmospherics and write the free-jazz post-rock standard that no one (NO ONE) will ever
match, or probably even listen to.
|4.5 superb||Simsalabim462 | July 30th 13|
Modern interpretation of Captain Beefheart eccentricities...timeless.
|4.0 excellent||Eno | June 15th 10|
|2.0 poor||zach | November 4th 09|
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