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"Progress In The Name Of" by Lars Fiil

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Everything Is A Translation
By Lars Fiil

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Fiona's Comments

That place where jazz softens the hard metallicism of something as ugly as death metal, and then shucks it up again. Tastes like plastic.

About the Album

Progress In The Name Of is the first single from the album Everything Is A Translation. Line-up: Henrik Pultz Melbye: saxophone; Tomasz Dabrowski: trumpet, Henrik Olsson: guitar; Martin Fabricius: vibraphone; Lars Fiil: piano; Casper Nyvang Rask: bass; Bjørn Heebøll: drums.

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February 6, 2017

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