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TRESPASS

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.16 | 1612 ratings

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Lasagne
5 stars One of the first albums to be recognized as the 70's prog. The package of the album, the knife in the cover and inner cover tells more than thousands words, it's really provocating. I love the dramatic feel of this album, the words are raw and sinister, particularly in the major final, 'The Knife'. I can't review any particular song of this album, they don't work as good as they do in the whole. Melodies are simple but they fulfill each others, creating a feel that words hardly can describe. This is the best album to listen to when you feel lonely, I think. In Stagnation, there's a wonderful part, which has ominous sounds and great melody. You need to hear this album.

I'd say this is even better debut than In the Court of the Crimson King.

Lasagne | 5/5 |

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