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Shadow Gallery


Progressive Metal

3.71 | 204 ratings

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JgX 5
4 stars the american band shadow gallery,with this album called legacy..this is one of my best albums of shadow gallery.i will give my explication. The first song Cliffhanger 2...the B)section of this song "The crusher"is the best instrumentalist of shadow gallery,the changes on the melody is so Damn Good,is so freak,so progressive,all the instruments sounds good with their own direction.joe nevolo shows his talent on the drumms and brent allman like allways so amazing on the electric guitar..

Destination unknown..the second track.. is so beatiful..this one is an incredible composition as well.the voice of mike baker is perfectly amazing,and flows very good with the nature of the music of this song.and ends with a piano section so the type of pink of the best tracks on this album..

Colors...Another beatiful song..with deep lyrics and amazing acoustic guitars..this one also have a good only your point of view.

society of the mind..this one is so energetic ..with a good lyrics as well..i like the part when he is singing..."in my next level of quake when i can shoot them i can kill them and deshumanize with cancer in my veins" deepest thing.

legacy...mmm the weak part of the album,but have a nice chorus..

first light....the best song on this album,so epic,so dynamic..veryo long with good vocals...good music on this one..but the 10 last minutes in silence is boring...i could given to this album 5 stars but for this question only 4...

Keep on the good gallery..

JgX 5 | 4/5 |


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