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P'DICE

Paul Cusick

 

Crossover Prog

3.67 | 21 ratings

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Memo_anathemo
4 stars I discovered Paul Cusick listening to a radio station of prog music. The song I heard was Tears from this album. I liked the song and hurried to look for the album. After getting it, it was a real surprise to me that the album is really good. It contains really good songs. I expected something like no man or Nosound after listening to tears. But then I heard more influences of Fish in the way Paul sings, and the compositions. The album has really good moments, as I said before, good songs. Although there are a couple of average songs, nothing extraordinary, it contains excellent songs such as Borderline, Tears and Waiting. Recommended.
Memo_anathemo | 4/5 |

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