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The Aristocrats


Heavy Prog

3.78 | 131 ratings

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3 stars When you hear the name Marco Minnemann, it is synonym of an excellent and passionate drummer. When you hear the name Guthrie Govan, it is synonym of an excellent and virtuoso guitar player. When you hear the name Bryan Beller, it is synomym of an excellent and accurate bass player. Put them together and guess what you obtain? Yes, the aristocracy of music. The Aristocrats have managed to assemble an excellent album full of fusion and long jams. The three of them show a mastery in performing their instruments. The album itself is good, even though the tracks are not memorable. That's why my rating of 3 stars. Do not forget that 3 stars in this page is quite a good grade, considering the great difficulty to reach the top and classic albums. Maybe I need to listen to the album a bit more to see if I can feel attached to it. However, it is really recommendable for your ears, an album you should never skip, especially having these masters involved.
Memo_anathemo | 3/5 |


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