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So disappointed

I bought this album without listening to the previews first. I bought it straight off the back of listening to the bands newer albums and EP which are trully fantastic....this is truly not. I can only believe the band moved to there new stuff in a total change of direction because they new that this album was just wrong. Don't get me wrong I enjoy some heavier music genre's but not this one unfortunately. It just felt that the lead singer was just indulging himself in an orgy of shouting for his and his alones gratification....not worth the money for me. Lesson learnt, don't buy blindly.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Originally hailing from the town of Falmouth on the Cornish coast of England, three-piece Tall Ships went through a number of changes during their fledgling years as a band. Largely influenced by Battles and Sigur Rós, school friends Ric Phethean (guitar, vocals, synths), Matt Parker (bass, sampler), and Jamie Bush (drums, bass) first got together to play at a friend’s house party before releasing their self-titled EP in March 2010 to a flurry of press attention. The EP was quickly followed by the...
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Voyages, Tall Ships
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 09 January 2009

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