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Unidentified Dying Objects

by Argos

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Boris Stalf
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Boris Stalf As a Peter Hammill Fan I can only love this.

Don’t get me wrong, this ain’t just a copy.

The songs are very individual, but they still have that PH Flair. The jazzy inclusions takes it even further away from that, while the vocals brings it back again .

But it all fits very well together.

Great album 👍 Favorite track: When The Tide Comes In.
Stephen Clark
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Stephen Clark New to this band and instantly love this album. Can’t pick a favourite track as I think it is immense in its entirety.
Carsten Pieper
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Carsten Pieper As a big Peter Hammill fan, I have been dragged to this band's work by more then one Hammill comparisons I read. However, to me this sounds much more like 70s Canterbury bands, especially Caravan, but that is very fine with me, as well :-) Favorite track: When The Tide Comes In.
Sven B. Schreiber (sbs)
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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) Thomas Klarmann, Robert Gozon, and Enrico Florczak continue on the path taken with "A Seasonal Affair", drawing on the groundbreaking heritage of 70's Canterbury rock and Peter Hammill's works of the same era, while at the same time adding increasingly distinctive traits obviously attributable to the respective composers. Fortunately, the presence of Andy Tillison on "The Hunter's Last Stand" doesn't wreak havoc to the track, and the 19-minute epic isn't epically boring. In fact, I'm going to do the most unexpected thing, choosing the latter as my favorite track! It won by a nose ahead of "Shock Headed Peter". Favorite track: When The Tide Comes In.
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released July 20, 2018

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Argos Germany

Argos are:

Thomas Klarmann
(vocals, bass, flute, keyboards, guitars, soundscapes)

Robert Gozon (vocals, piano, keyboards, guitars)

Ulf Jacobs (drums, percussion, backing vocals), yacobs.bandcamp.com

Bogáti-Bokor Ákos (electric & acoustic guitars, keyboards, bass, backing vocals)
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