Big Big Train | English Electric, Pt. Two

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English Electric, Pt. Two

by Big Big Train

The steam-driven progressive-rock adventure continues with the second part of Big Big Train's journey across the English landscape .
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. East Coast Racer
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2. Swan Hunter
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3. Worked Out
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4. Leopards
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5. Keeper of Abbeys
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6. The Permanent Way
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7. Curator of Butterflies
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Album Notes
English Electric Part Two is released through GEP and EER on 4th March 2013. Big Big Train continues its journey across
the English landscape with an album of seven new songs which tell further tales of the men and women who work on and
under the land. Along the way, stories are told of the shipbuilders in Neptune’s Yard, of a machine that burned its legend across the pages of the history books, of a keeper of abbeys and a curator of butterflies, and of a second chance at love.

Big Big Train’s 2009 album, The Underfall Yard received considerable critical and public acclaim (‘a truly progressive tour-de-force’: Jerry Ewing, Editor of Prog Magazine; ‘an Anglo-prog masterclass’: Geoff Barton of Classic Rock Magazine).
English Electric Part One was released in September 2012.

Praise for English Electric Part One:

“the prog equivalent of the Olympics opening ceremony”: Geoff Barton, CLASSIC ROCK; “another step in the Train’s
seemingly irresistible ascent”: Rich Wilson, PROG

Prog magazine Readers’ Poll Best Album of 2012:
1. Marillion: Sounds That Can’t Be Made
2. Big Big Train: English Electric Part One
3. Anathema: Weather Systems
4. Storm Corrosion: Storm Corrosion
5. Rush: Clockwork Angels
6. Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited 2...


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