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5 thoughts on “ No More White Horses - Landberk - Lonely Land (CD, Album)

  1. Baktilar
    Their first album was originally released in its Swedish-language version, Riktigt Äkta, re-recorded in English as Lonely Land. These appear to be two entirely different recordings; the Swedish version plays flatter and has a rawer sound than the English, while they have different bonus tracks, making them both essential for the aficionado.
  2. Yojar
    Probably the greatest surprise though was a version of the T2 classic No More White Horses. Yet the whole album is of an equally high standard and quite dazzling musically. It was quite intriguing to hear the Swedish version afterwards, with its typically Scandinavian folky touches and less polished sound, and of course the Swedish vocals which had a completely different dimension.
  3. Mojas
    Landberk "Lonely Land"{Sweden}[](Progressive Rock) The first Landberk album for me has great significance for a 'cover song'. Track 5 "No More White Horses" is a cover of Peter Dunton's song which was recorded by T2 in (Original (Short) version by Please in ).
  4. Fetaxe
    Landberk "Lonely Land" {Sweden} (Progressive Rock) The first Landberk album for me has great significance for a 'cover song'. Track 5 "No More White Horses" is a cover of Peter Dunton's song which was recorded by T2 in (Original (Short) version by Please in ). Not that this is the only song of note on this album.
  5. Goltilabar
    "No More White Horses" is a highlight track here, a palpitating psych-prog groove fest with hysteric guitar bites that will leave you astounded, this is where they earned their "Heavy Prog" moniker, a killer bass bopping between piano accolades brooming away the dark leaves from the path of Helje's hovering anguish with a hefty chorus/5(13).