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The Progmatist
4 stars *3/14/17* After its 10-year anniversary (10 YEARS!), I'm still blown away by this album's uncompromising joy. Milliontown continues to be, for me, a fearless expression of the prog-lover's enthusiasm for genre experimentation, catchy melodies, and ecstatic instrumental passages. It does all this, though, with a keen ear toward modern pop sensibilities and grounded song structure. A deconstruction of symphonic progressive rock, if you will. In this sense, the album represents for me both the essence of the 1990's symphonic prog renaissance and a signal of its inevitable decline in favor of the neo-prog and, ultimately, post-progressive movements. In a way, then, the album signifies the end of an era in my musical experience - a eulogistic celebration of the essence of symphonic progressive rock music.
The Progmatist | 4/5 |


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