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BEAT THE DRUM

Pallas

 

Neo-Prog

3.66 | 108 ratings

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Greger
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5 stars This is PALLAS follow up to their 1986 release "The Wedge", quite some time to wait. PALLAS is most known for their 1984 release "The Sentinel". Unfortunately this is the first PALLAS album I've ever heard. And unfortunately is the right word to use, as this is a brilliant album. Their music is neo-symphonic rock that sometimes is closer to AOR than symphonic rock. The songs have a lot of good melodies, catchy choruses and strong musicianship. Some reminiscences might be PINK FLOYD and YES. The highlights are "Beat The Drum", "Insomniac", "Spirits", "Ghosts", "Blood And Roses" and "Fragments of the Sun". Except for a few tracks, this is one of the best albums of 1999 so far, and one that you just has to have in your collection.

Greger | 5/5 |

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