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Pig Inside the Gentleman

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Million Faces
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Army of the Sun
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A Coin Perfectly Spinning
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Goodbye Monster
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Walking Sin
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Even Cats Dream About Flying
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Evil Melody
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Invisible Train
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P.I.G.
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Sophie
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 60:45

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More Rock than Jazz

Satheist

This Polish band provide great groove based, primarily intrumental, music. The repetition of great bass grooves with long flowing horn lines over but only small amounts of soloing give the music a strong rock feel. Highly melodic and catchy with great harmonies. Should be a great live band.

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Cinematic Jazz

Doundounba

This album hits a really sweet spot for me. Lots of horns (with occasional dual soloing), cinematic, sophisticated and dark, at times messy and a little aggressive, edgy but not over the edge. If you like Nostalgia 77 or The Cinematic Orchestra, you should love this. Maybe start with Army of the Sun or Goodbye Monster.

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The name fits

someguyouknow

I wanted to love this album more... A lot of it is great. It's lively, nice tempo, nice horns. The problem is there is too much horn. Sometimes it seems like the players are having a contest to see who is the loudest. There are a few songs where you have to lower the volume or risk ear damage. But all in all, it is still good music.