In terms of production values, depth of composition and skill, there’s no question that ‘Pallid reflection is an impressive debut LP. Where certain sections do feel in thrall to the influences that inspired them, for the most part it is an intelligent offering from a band destined for greater things. 8
It’s the sound of good times and good company and there’s an earthy charm to the music that is impossible to ignore.
Not many artists can make a live recording so remarkable, but Joe’s performance here is so bold, impassioned and beautiful that this record (and its parent tour) will still be talked about in decades to come.
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Preface: The bulk of this review was written on Sunday 10th January, just before the shock announcement of David Bowie’s...
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I have no doubt that Floyd fans like myself will still snap this album up, and will, to an extent, enjoy it. The experience, however, is ultimately marred by the myriad niggles that are present in this vinyl set. A shame.
The death metal legends return with the extensive 'after the cutting' four disc set and 'the skull grinder' LP.