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by - written on 04/04/08 (Very useful, 24 readings)
By the time of their third album, Welsh metal pioneers Budgie had settled into their classic style, combining thunderous hard rock riffs with atmospheric acoustic minimalism, frequently within the same song but otherwise executed on consecutive tracks. 'Never Turn Your Back on a Friend,' despite its rather flowery title, deserves to be acclaimed as an early heavy metal classic, though the majority of its songs will still be largely unknown to fans of the bands they directly influenced. The finest songs here are those that combine the heavy and light elements in a charming yin-yang, and the least successful are those that favour one style over the other, and ... Read the complete review
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