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Review by Gary Hill
It should be noted here (for the sake of full disclosure) that Music Street Journal writer John Pierpoint plays bass in this band.

Waiting for No One
Review by Gary Hill
These guys are considered a progressive rock band, but if you just sampled the first couple songs, you’d probably not believe that.

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I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 

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I have to say that I’ve liked everything from Omenopus. One thing remains constant with them (other than some personnel) and that’s change.

Omenopus - The Omenopus Soundtrack To Teepee The Space Girl And The Singing Kettle
Review by Gary Hill
This is an unusual release. It's also an unusual entry in the Omenopus catalog. I would not consider it one of my favorites of their stuff, but it does have its charms.

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