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Crossover Prog

4.03 | 572 ratings

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5 stars I gave this four stars originally, but now I'm coming back to adjust its rating to a well deserved 5 stars. I just culdn't stop listening to it. Like Phideaux's other recent material, it has a mysterious mood and smooth flow carried through most of the album. Male and female vocals working together very well here. It's pretty much entirely acoustic which is a nice change from what I usually listen to. I think the only other acoustic prog I've ever listened to was Bacamarte - Depois do Fim. And that was hardly similar. But Phideaux does a tremendous job with driving rhythm with keyboards and guitar, drums almost 'hidden' or absent at most times. Anyways. this is a seriously great album. One of the best by Phideaux, on par with Doomsday Afternoon and Snowtorch in my humble opinion.
Jordan677778 | 5/5 |


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