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SEVEN

Magenta

 

Neo-Prog

4.09 | 238 ratings

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RoC2006
5 stars Seven has to be one of the best -if not the best- progressive albums in the last years. I'm sure is the greatest album I've bought in a very long time, it's simply fantastic and absolutely enjoyable. You can hear excellent musicians playing an impressive symphonic prog sound, the guitar work by Chris Fry is stunning, so are keyboardist Rob Reed and the extraordinary drummer Tim Robinson, but Christina's strong and beautiful voice is superb, i think she is one of the best female singers all around in the world, for me she is simply the best. Christina i love you! You can hear influences of classic bands such as Yes, Genesis, Camel or Floyd and even Renaissance, but they still got a sound of their very own. Each one of seven's songs are excellent, you will enjoy all of them and be sure it can be one of your favourite albums. Is one of my all time 5, so i can't understand why a powerfull band like this is almost unknown, is a pity. Magenta is the color of progressive Rock and they deserves more than Wows and claps! Wow! Seven is absolutely recommendable. A must for any music lover, progressive or not. Please buy this one so you will make a great thing for yourself and to the world too. 5 stars at the highest rating! Happy progressions!

Rodrigo Cruz, México.

RoC2006 | 5/5 |

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