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There was a time when an "all instrumental rock" album' meant a long-haired, spandex-toting chap shredding away on an expensive signature-series guitar. But as evidenced by the emergence of such acts as Pelican, the all-instrumental genre is wide open once more. Descriptions wouldn't do justice to what lies within Pelican's second EP overall, March Into the Sea, but if forced to -- how does a merger of Red-era King Crimson and Ritual de lo Habitual-era Jane's Addiction sound? While priced and advertised as an EP, the two songs here stretch over a half-an-hour -- longer than your average Weezer album. While a remix of "Angel Tears" originally a track on their 2003 full-length...
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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
There was a time when an "all instrumental rock" album' meant a long-haired, spandex-toting chap shredding away on an expensive signature-series guitar. But as evidenced by the emergence of such acts as Pelican, the all-instrumental genre is wide open once more. Descriptions wouldn't do justice to what lies within Pelican's second EP overall, March Into the Sea, but if forced to -- how does a merger of Red-era King Crimson and Ritual de lo Habitual-era Jane's Addiction sound? While priced and advertised as an EP, the two songs here stretch over a half-an-hour -- longer than your average Weezer album. While a remix of "Angel Tears" originally a track on their 2003 full-length debut, Australasia by ex-Godflesh leader Justin K. Broadrick is worth inspecting, it's the title track that is the star attraction here -- twisting and turning for over 20-minutes. There is still much ground to be broken as far as instrumental rock music goes, and Pelican are just the guys to do it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/12/2005
  • Label: Hydrahead Records
  • UPC: 798546223020
  • Catalog Number: 62230

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 March to the Sea (20:28)
  2. 2 Angel Tears (12:22)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Pelican Primary Artist
Trevor de Brauw Group Member
Bryan Herweg Group Member
Larry Herweg Group Member
Laurent Lebec Group Member
Technical Credits
Justin Broadrick Remixing
Greg Norman Engineer
Nicholas Zampiello Mastering
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