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REFUGEE

Refugee

 

Symphonic Prog

4.11 | 139 ratings

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Prog-Brazil
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4 stars A band with Moraz suggest you will find songs like Yes. Instead, this album is more close to ELP (and certainly, the Nice) than Yes. As other guys said, the vocals by Lee Jackson are not so good, but the instrumental part is wonderful. Anyway, there are few parts with vocals, namely, in "Someday" and some parts in "Grand Canyon" and "Credo". To me this album is better than Moraz's Mainhorse and so good as any album by The Nice (even better). Four and a half stars.
Prog-Brazil | 4/5 |

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