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Category: Prog Rock
Label: Snapper Music / Toff Records
Catalog Number: SMACD970
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Clive Nolan Keyboards, Vocals|
Nick Barrett Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Peter Gee Bass
Scott Higham Drums, Vocals
|1. ||Passion ||5:27|
|2. ||Empathy ||11:20|
|3. ||Feeding Frenzy ||5:47|
|4. ||This Green And Pleasant Land ||13:13|
|5. ||It's Just A Matter Of Not Getting Caught ||4:41|
|6. ||Skara Brae ||7:31|
|7. ||Your Black Heart ||6:46|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:45|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: June 21, 2011 at 15:41|
|A band that have never ever let me down for the 30+ years I have been listening to them and this one is no different. 'This Green And Pleasant Land' is stunning and has a hook in the middle that you will be singing for ages. This has everything a Prog fan would want, from the token dreamy guitar work from Nick Barratt, great songs and a few twists along the way. Superb in a word.
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