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Netherworld - In the Following Half-light (Netherworld) CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.45 | 26 ratings

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5 stars Ehy, this is power neoprog!!! Are Pallas and Twelth night in disguise?? What 1981? THAT'S INCREDIBLE, it seems product in the 1988!!! The album start with a boobastic track in the vein of Pallas circa 1986 synth/symphonic progressive. The song is powerfull, the drum perfect and the singer has a new wave style in this song, but he will evolve in a more dramatic approach after the second half of the album. The strenght of this album that carves his personal niche is in its use of vocal harmonies and counterpart. The album is ahead from his time, here you don't hear neither Genesis or other '70 band from the past. is the use of the digital synth, that create a spacey ambient finally u'll hear some new stuff, and not that obsolete sound of the '70! All in all this is a good effort, worth rediscovering
Aragon | 5/5 |


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