Secrets And Signals

by Stars In Battledress

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Ed Linfoot
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Ed Linfoot These inventive and meaningful songs evoke a strange nostalgia and melancholy.
Many years after release, I'm still obsessed with this record, in a good way! Favorite track: Polished Floors.
Conduitry
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Conduitry This is really a magical album, which is a term I try not to use too often. Favorite track: Doing Well.
Sven B. Schreiber
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Sven B. Schreiber Wikipedia says that "the band have displayed a reluctance to be associated directly with progressive rock", and I fully understand this attitude, regarding the sheer amount of pseudo-progressive garbage continuously dumped into the prog market. On the other hand, it's hard to imagine anything more progressive than this music. Maybe the term "art rock" fits somewhat better, although it has become quite overloaded over time. The Larcombe brothers present us on this album with vocals and arrangements faintly reminiscent of early "Gentle Giant", while the most notable musical influence clearly stems from the band "Cardiacs" - well, not a big surprise, with Tim Smith on the producer seat... Favorite track: Full Colour Is His Name.
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released October 6, 2003

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