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BARD

Big Big Train

 

Crossover Prog

3.19 | 84 ratings

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simonehargadouche116
3 stars I really would've loved to have given BARD a four stars rating but, no matter how many times I listen to this album, and how hard I try to love it, it just seems to me that big big train dont want to be anything more than what they are, I know this seems harsh but they seem to have so much potential as a band of status in the cruel and dead-end world of prog music that I wonder why I have come to this conclusion; That they make slightly boring music instead! How cool is that? But on the other hand, I think this is precisely the reason why they make a more middle of the road style of prog that doesn't break any new ground, this is the impression I get anyway, but I love BBT because they have nothing to prove to anyone and they still seem to survive amongst the best songwriters in the small- time u.k progressive music community today.
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