Not too bad overall. I would say the first couple tracks have that Weirdness that you would hear with Les Claypool. Just has that uniqueness to it. They know what they are doing with the sound that is for sure and what they are looking for, which speaks to the name of the band. I liked tracks 1, 6, and 8 the most.
review by Matt
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East Of The Sun, and West Of The Moon
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The Triplets of Belleville
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