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2.50 | 1500 ratings

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4 stars hm well this is a great pop album. i mean the band was always essentially a pop band any ways. think about it. they had very very tightly structured songs and melodies without any real soloing except for hackett of course and an occasional brilliant (and occasionally awful) banks solo. they wrote about strange subjects, but so does they might be giants. are they prog? no they're pop.

pop is not a dirty word, and on here it's most defintely not a dirty form of music. HIGHLY enjoyable from beginning to end, except for a few bland phil collins ballads.

not all good music is prog music. in fact a majority of prog music is BAD music. :)

SonicDeath10 | 4/5 |


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