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Van Der Graaf Generator: After The Flood: At The BBC 1968-1977

Album Review

Superior two-CD set of Peel-centric sessions from Auntie.

They may have specialised in 10-minute songs with momentously busy arrangements, but Van Der Graaf Generator never really belonged in the prog-rock ghetto they often found themselves in. Instead they seemed more akin to German contemporaries like Can and Amon Düül II, creators of knotty experimental music that was both confrontational and way off the map.

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