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2.97 | 67 ratings

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3 stars I think ratings are a bit unfair to Galahad's Following Ghosts. Sure, Galahad at that time was still a second-tier retro-Genesis lite- prog with an unmodern production, saved primarily by an excellent theatrical vocal. But here they begin to broaden their palate - cautiously - with metal, world beats and electronica. This album has at least three memorable songs, the hard-rocker Myopia (if you can get past the ridiculous spoken word intro), the folksy Imago with a female duet, and a whimsical romp Perfection Personified. Another song important to their catalogue, although I find it boring, is the 13-minute Bug Eye, that marked their foray into electronica.
Progrussia | 3/5 |


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