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Fly Paper
Review by Julie Knispel
Detroit’s Tiles is back with a vengeance on Fly Paper, their fifth album (and first studio effort in four years).  The album reunites the band’s “classic” line-up for a full-length collaboration for the first time since 1997’s Fence the Clear. 
Presents of Mind
Review by Gary Hill

With long time Rush producer Terry Brown manning the boards on this one, and a cover designed by Hugh Syme (also well known for his association with that band), the comparisons to that Canadian trio are to be expected. Truly, this group does have some common ground as far as sound with the band. 

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