So I probably should have made my first review this album. This is the whole reason I own progrock.com.
I heard last plane out on the Devon Bus in Chicago on some Rock station probably 97.9 the loop.
I didn’t know what it was I had to sing it to some poor guy at tower records at clark and belmont 1/2 mile south of Wrigley Field. He recognized it and I got the album. The whole album I loved from top to bottom.

Then later when I became a web developer in 1997 I would try every search engine that came out and search by Toy Matinee and never would I get any results back.

Then one day goto.com came out and suddenly 100 or so hits. Kevin Gilbert was gone, Thud a solo album came out and 1/2 of an album was made called Shaming of the True.

Fast forward to my next Job when I had bought the shaming album and a t-shirt. Well someone at work recognized the t-shirt and gave me Flower Kings Porcupine Tree and Spock’s Beard and the rest is history.

So back to the album again like the review before this one not really progressive but somehow it spoke to me. When I found out later that Shaming of the True was to be his The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway I should not have been surprised I guess.

The whole album has some amazing hooks in there and the lyrics are smart and poignant.

ALBUM HIGHLIGHTS: Last Plane Out, There Was a Little Boy, The Ballad of Jenny Ledge, Things She Said.

PREVIOUS BAND RATING:0 Stars (0 / 5)
ACCESSIBILITY:5 Stars (5 / 5)
HEAVINESS:1 Stars (1 / 5)
MELODIC:4 Stars (4 / 5)
ARTWORK & PACKAGING:3 Stars (3 / 5)
DRAMA:4 Stars (4 / 5)
OVERALL RATING:5 Stars (5 / 5)

 

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Key:
These ratings are just attributes and may not have correlation to the most important: OVERALL RATING

PREVIOUS BAND RATING
0: Never heard of them or debut album.
1: Someone recommended. I give them another shot.
2: Some good moments in the past but never put together an album I really liked.
3: Some 4 or 5 star songs but albums can be hit or miss for me.
4: I like 80% of their songs and probably went to see them live.
5: I would, and probably have gone on a plane to see them live.

ACCESSIBILITY EXAMPLES
1: Weather Report
2: Zappa
3: Genesis – Selling England by the Pound,
4: Marillion – F.E.A.R
5: Kino – Picture

HEAVINESS EXAMPLES
1: IQ – Seventh House
2: Discipline – Unfold Like a Staircase
3: Porcupine Tree – In Abstentia, Shadow Gallery – Tyranny
4: Vanden Plas – Chirst 0, Dream Theater – Scenes From a Memory
5: Opeth – Black Water Park

MELODIC EXAMPLES:
1: Opeth – Black Water Park
2: Vanden Plas – Chirst 0, Dream Theater – Scenes From a Memory
3: Porcupine Tree – In Abstentia, Shadow Gallery – Tyranny
4: Discipline – Unfold Like a Staircase
5: IQ – Seventh House

OVERALL RATING:
1: Will Never listen to again and deleted under no circumstances should you buy this
2: Not my thing maybe one redeeming song.
3: I like parts of this and I would check them out if they were near me.
4: I would get in the car and road trip to see this album live
5: I would get on a plane to see this performed live

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