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Egdon Heath



3.33 | 30 ratings

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4 stars Everytime when I'm ready to betray my past and claim NEO as worthless and dead root of Prog, it strikes in my back with an unexcpected and good release. I like Nolan's SHADOWLAND I must confess, so I remeber getting this one due to Archives' recommendations.Thanks a lot - that's what I like! I'll definetely try to find other releases of that wonderful band.

Down to music.There's a bit of everything - IQ/ARENA/PENDRAGON and definetely SHADOWLAND, but each track has its own feature to differ from others.For instance, "Telepathic" starts as a boring usual ballad , ubt later transforms into pleasant rocky song. Some trakcs have sudden tempo/rhythm changes hidden in the middle, almost avant noises ("Dead Meat") or orchestral MIDovertures ("Peace of the Brave"). Neo die- hards will enjoy opening "Hail to your Heart" (IQ and SHADOWLAND would probably kill each other in order to steal this song!) and 12-min epic "As Ripley would say.." with awesome ballad-like ending (recalling best MARILLION and ARENA epic-endings!).Highly recommended for Neo-Prog devotees and open-minded proggers who're not sick of Neo.

Prog-jester | 4/5 |


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