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Stellar prog

Echoing MTC47, this album is just unbelievable. These folks deserve far more recognition than they currently have in the U.S.. The previous reviewer said it all - buy this album and put on some high-end headphones and be prepared to be transported back and forward in time simultaneously. Can't WAIT for the next album!

Great album

I love this album, I'm actually a big fan of all of Anekdoten's albums. IF I had to rate A Time Of Day against all the others, it would come in second after The Ghost Are Gone. Then Nucleus, Vemod, and last, From Within. Killer band, love the mellotron, really good guitar, bass and drums, and the lyrics actually mean something. They had me, at the preview, give it a listen.


Formed: 1990 in Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Anekdoten answers one of the great "what if" questions of art-rock: what if King Crimson hadn't broken up in the mid-seventies? Anekdoten is a remarkable sound-alike to Red-era King Crimson, which is hardly surprising given Anekdoten's roots as a tribute band. Its instrumentation of viola, distorted Rickenbacker bass, highly pitched drums, Frippy guitar, and mellotron all evoke this era of art-rock; the smoky English vocals only add to the effect. All the stranger, then, that they should hail from...
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