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REFLECTIONS ON THE FUTURE

Twenty Sixty Six And Then

 

Heavy Prog

4.27 | 109 ratings

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ekaton
5 stars Believe it or not, this is the best all-time rock album by a German group (o.k., the singer is English)! It includes everything you like: Organ-based hardrock (At my home), great prog- tunes with many shifts in rhythm an melody (Autumn and the titletrack) and the most extraordinary track (Butterking) which is a kind of prog-psychedelic-(russian)folk tune. Outstanding are the keyboard battles overall since we have two keyboard-players that drive each other foreward. The vocals fit in perfectly, though they're a bit harsher/rougher than vocals are usually on prog-records. The only weak spot on this album is the closing track because due to vinyl limitations it's only the short version of 'The way I feel today' which is over 11 minutes long and can be listened to on the cd-version ('Reflections'!).

If you own just one German rock album from the seventies it should be this one!!!

ekaton | 5/5 |

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