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2.23 | 14 ratings

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2 stars This is Neo-prog not in its best.Songs feature wonderful saxophone solos - this is on the good side - and no mentioning of it in credits. Also guitarwork is kinda remarkable - in borders of this particular CD. The music itself varies from hard-rock (the opener) to almost Symphonic sound (the 14-minute "Holy Wolf Suite")."The End" is almost Canterburish instrumental, "What Does..." is a hairy-metal blues with avangarde rumble inside... etc. Guys cover a lot of styles, but they fail to have their own.Also on the bad side we got vocalist's accento (but vocals are good though), shocking frequent usage of F-word (sung sometimes by fairy female voices with even more terrible accento) and common low level of soundproducing/recording/musicianship. Definetely for collectors only
Prog-jester | 2/5 |


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