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Release date: 2 April 2012
Style: Progressive rock

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8.1 | 21 votes

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01. From A Pebble Thrown
02. Pebbles Instrumental
03. Might-have-beens
04. Upper Sixth Loan Shark
05. Banker Bets, Banker Wins
06. Swing It Far
07. Adrift And Dumfounded
08. Old School Song
09. Wootton Bassett Town
10. Power And Spirit
11. Give Till It Hurts
12. Cosy Corner
13. Shunt And Shuffle
14. A Change Of Horses
15. Confessional
16. Kismet In Suburbia
17. What-ifs, Maybes And Might-have-beens

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Tornado Of Souls - 01.02.2012 at 15:13  
  Not sure what to think about this.
zarahuztra - 01.02.2012 at 16:01  
  Looks like a 25th year anniversery. guess its rerecorded or something
Introspekrieg - 01.02.2012 at 16:38  
Rating: 8
Written by zarahuztra on 01.02.2012 at 16:01

Looks like a 25th year anniversery. guess its rerecorded or something


Nope, all new song. It's funny how everyone has low expectations, following up one of the greatest prog epics of all time is definitely no easy feat. But hell, there was a Crimson II
João Pirucas - 02.02.2012 at 18:01  
  This is a whole new album. It's an Ian Anderson solo recording though, not Jethro Tull.
sentinel65 - 06.03.2012 at 04:49  
  Exciting news, not expecting it to be as good as the original, but excited nonetheless.
JohnDoe - 06.03.2012 at 14:27  
  I'm skeptical and I still don't get it why they would do part to to one of the best 70s albums. Part 2 to famous albums just does not work.
Symphony Ex - 14.03.2012 at 10:53  
  It's a concept album that follows how the fictional character Gerald Bostock could have turned out. We get to see his possible futures as he reaches the age of 50. Amazingly Anderson will tour the entire album along with the entire original - should be something to behold.
Introspekrieg - 06.04.2012 at 17:28  
Rating: 8 Wow, it actually isn't bad at all. Some great stuff here...
JohnDoe - 06.04.2012 at 19:40  
  It's not a Jethro Tull album, but a Ian Anderson one
Stabby - 15.04.2012 at 10:01  
Rating: 8 I'm just learning of this now. Crazy! I do love Thick As A Brick. And I have heard Jethro Tull and Ian Anderson's recent stuff and it's not quite the same as it used to be but they're still very talented. This will be listened to...by me!
Unhealer - 16.04.2012 at 05:23  
Rating: 7 "...to be thick, as a brick... two". That wasn't necessary (aside of the musical reference which I loved).
This album was surprisingly good. Ian's modern voice annoys me a bit, but the compositions are lovely.
Stabby - 19.06.2012 at 09:16  
Rating: 8 Not as monumental as the original but pretty good. I like hearing from Ian Anderson, he always writes quality songs.

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