Saturday, 2 January 2021

LaHost - Erotic Antiques (1992)

The one and only album from this English band.

The band had nine members during their life and the instruments here is drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.

This is, as I found out after starting listening to this album, a compilation album of every song this band ever recorded. That include live songs from the Marquee club in London.

For some reasons, they played the Marquee club and that shows that someone has a different view on their songs than I have got.

LaHost played pure neo-prog in the vein of IQ and Pendragon. 

Their standards was miles away from the high standards set by Pendragon and IQ. The songs on this almost one hour long album is of a poor quality.

A couple of half decent songs saves this album from being a turkey. Only diehard neo-prog fans should check out this album, just to get their collection of neo-prog bands and albums complete.

The rest of us will survive without this album.

1.5 points

 

 


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