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No Name / The No Name Experience



3.93 | 53 ratings

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4 stars They are back!!! Marillion is back!!! Ehmm..Oups! It's NO NAME ??? Are you sure? Damn, who cares: it's blilliant!!! Eight years, just like that. But listening to this record is like jumping on a time machine. My memory goes back to the end of the nineties, when Neo Prog was the real deal. On top of that, the sound, the maturity of compositions have improuved accordingly. Lush keyboards, roaring guitars, sensible vocals...all is there, the perfect neo prog record. For some reasons, the vocals remind me of Eloy, maybe the slight accent, don't know. But it adds to the sensation of...the time machine. And to fullfil your desire of a time stop, here there is, a 16 minutes epic. Well done guys! Acustic guitars and fluty synth. A nice crescendo...Marillion style. Synth solos, guitar solos, brilliant drumming, even a Wakeman emulation! Now, just what I needed: a piano concerto, a simphonic interlude. More keys solos. This record is british...but made in Luxemboug. Definetly the best Neo Prog album I've heard in years. Don't miss it, you'll regret it.
scandosch | 4/5 |


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