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Greta Van Fleet – Anthem of the Peaceful Army Review

Progress can come from influence, but it cannot come from swindling or exploiting a demographic always clamouring for the same few chords. Amplified to near-perfection by Led Zeppelin, commercialised by the shaky efforts of KISS and finally bludgeoned to a pulp by Greta Van Fleet. Let the cycle continue, it’s a jungle out there, as Randy Newman once said. The dead-horse beaters proclaim their debut album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army as a droning bit of snobbery that conducts itself about as well as one would expect of a band dressed up as the next group to pipe cash out of rock and funnel in generic witticisms that’ll make listeners clamour for better music that is, thankfully, readily available.

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