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  • Dylan620 Checked Beautiful Midnight, quality album. Not quite as in line with GGD and MBT as I expected (even after hearing "Hello Time Bomb" and "Load Me Up" in isolation) but I'm anticipating a grower, and I could well end up preferring it over Dizzy Up the Girl and Mad Season. "Born to Kill" is incredible. Thanks again for the rec!
    August 3 12:13 PM
  • OmairSh My message got cut off. The production sounds organic
    June 3 08:30 PM
  • OmairSh Its a trend isn't it, for some bands to reflect negatively on aspects of their older work. But from their perspective I can understand, they probably have access to better technology now and are comparing the two, but as a listener I think the production sounds organic
    June 3 06:20 PM
  • JohnnyoftheWell you ever hear Symbol (Susumu Yokota)? checked it on a whim and oh boy, some great winners. he takes a classical foundation and makes it his own; lots of Grinning Cat vibes
    June 3 11:12 AM
  • OmairSh Yoo dude, checked Magic Pie and thought it was purely retro prog for the first minute or so until it burst into life haha. Fun stuff, really love the Hammond Organ use and flute. Good production as well, thanks for the rec! Here's a Pakistani Prog/Funk Rock band I just discovered, and has cheered me up haha. It has English lyrics :-). T/t is the perfect litmus test to see if you even dig it https://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/81510/Keeray-Makoray-Island-In-The-City/
    June 3 02:42 AM

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