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Category: Prog Rock
Label: Toff Records
Catalog Number: PEND 17 CD
I.View From the Seashore
III. Home and Dry
|5.||It's Only Me||8:16|
|Total Running Time:||53:09|
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|From: Jez||Date: July 28, 2010 at 22:34|
|My album of 2008 and well and truly deserved. After the slightly patchy 'Not Of This World' and the different approach of 'Believe', 'Pure' came right out of the blue and pretty much flawed me from first hearing. A more modern, darker sound on certain songs, with in your face guitars, big punchy production, whilst still retaining that trademark Pendragon'ness about it. All 13+ minutes of 'Indigo' is just brilliant, with Barretts trademark stunning guitar soloing at the 8 minute mark and Clive Nolan's excellent keys throughout. The 3 part epic 'Comotose' is quite excellent, 'The Freakshow' is shorter, features another superb emotive Barrett solo and turns into one of the more atypical Pendragon tracks on the whole album. Seriously, Everytime I hear this disc, my heart races along and I get new pleasures everytime. Utterly essential listening in my book and along with 'The Masquerade Overture' the best album of their career, and long may it last.|
|From: DanDare||Date: February 18, 2012 at 4:28|
|'The Freak Show' is a fantastic track.|
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