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7. Brilliant Trees
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Written on: 16/10/2008 by banyera (1 review written)
David Sylvian's Brilliant Trees is a "Far cry" from the following Album (Secrets of the Beehive), which is far more polished and lyrically, accomplished than this Album. But, missing this album would be a huge mistake. The jump from Japan to the 2nd solo album (Secrets of the Beehive) - make a lot more sense after listening to this album...........!!
It would be like Jumping from Japan's - Obscure Alternatives- to - Gentlemen Take Polaroids...........The Gap would be to Vast , and the… Read Full Review
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