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4.23 | 425 ratings

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4 stars AHH! An American semi-classic from the 90's, now how many times could you say that? Discipline play a quasi mix of Van Der Graff Generator like prog with a dab of Neo. Piano is dominate but not overly. Horns come into play, but only to color. Guitar, bass and drums sound very modern, but not out of the realm of classic prog. Mucho lyrics to the point of overkill, but they're deep, introspective and well sung. A rare type of prog from these US shores, unique yet with a touch of retro. Intrigued? Well, I'm standing on my soapbox and telling the world it's worth a try. I can honestly say that it's never boring but because of the label it's gotten on this site people may stay away from it. They play too broad a type of prog to be pidgeonholed in the Neo class. More art rock with a dabble of symph with a sprinkle of Neo. How's that? Give them a try, won't you? A class of 90's prog album that is in the top 25 easily. Not a masterpiece mind you, but really, really close.
NJprogfan | 4/5 |


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