With the release of solo album Spooky Action, Paul Draper frontman of Mansun, has broken more than a decades musical silence and delved deeper into the Prog sound that he started exploring with his Britpop-era band. It’s a sound, and an approach, which can be charted from 1997 debut Attack Of The Grey Lantern to a messy but creative peak on second album Six, dipping in the heavily label-influenced Little Kix, to the bands partially-completed final album Kleptomania, which was released after the band split in 2004, before soaring again on his solo album.

情報源: The Progression of Paul Draper: From Attack of the Grey Lantern to Spooky Action – God Is In The TV



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