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3.40 | 35 ratings

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4 stars Every MARILLION FISH-ERA fan MUST get this one!!!

4.5 stars mainly due to pretty predictable material, but this album is great anyway! Dramatic singing, sounds and noises scattered through the whole concept story, short yet very progressive and variable trakcs (from ballads like "Lady" to insane "Madman" piece!). Background keys and guitarwork is THE SAME as Kelly/Rothery one in "Misplaced Childhood"! Musically related to RED SAND, LA TULIPE NOIRE, CLEPSYDRA and other MARILLION-devotees, MILLENIUM also has features of its own - SAXOPHONE is definetely not the essential Neo-Prog instrument, but they have managed to put it into right time and right places!!!

Very good record quality, perfectly written and performed material and one of my favourite Prog-countries as a producer - POLAND! Related to COLLAGE/QUIDAM/ ABRAXAS/even partly RIVERSIDE style, MILLENIUM have managed to create one of the best Neo-Albums I ever experienced!!! EMOTIONAL and MELODICAL - that's what I adore here most.Again, highly recommended despite some likeness to above-mentioned bands...I like this likeness ;-)

Prog-jester | 4/5 |


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