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Snails Records

We spoke of Gnidrolog a while back in relation to the re-release on CD of their great albums from the early 70's. Now, the Goldring brothers make a fantastic comeback with a sparkling new release, Gnosis, which is the mature culmination of years of ripe fermentation and musical freedom without the pressures of commercialism.

To be sure, the years have not changed the brothers much. They're still a buoyant source of ingenious compositions which despite their easy-going appearance do not manage to hide the folk / progressive rock anarchism of their earlier days. A classy re-entry into the new millennium by the uncompromising twins. We can certainly profit (musically speaking) by their on-going, spiritually inspired musical voyage for knowledge (Gnosis).

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