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INNOCENT GOD

Magellan

 

Heavy Prog

2.71 | 55 ratings

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Prog-jester
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1 stars God’s witness, I’ve tried. I’ve been trying ever since I’ve heard the first album in my life connected with Trent Gardner (EXPLORER’S CLUB) which I’ve grown to hate immensely. Nothing has changed completely from those dark ages – I simply can’t feel and understand the way Trent makes music. It’s complex, YES-RUSH-KANSAS-influenced, somewhat heavy and with its own original melodic basis, plus annoying drum-machine and trumpet solos…but hell, I simply can’t stand it! Thousands of apologies, but this is only me - I happened to dislike ANYTHING Trent ever did/participated into. This is (I hope) the first and the last review of mine on his work. Not enough melodic for Symphonic/Art, not quite “out there” for Avant, MAGELLAN’s music can’t be simply enjoyable in the way I’ve used to. As Menswear once asked in his MAGELLAN review, “Do you know anybody stating Magellan has one of his favorite band?” I believe this is a rhetorical question. Sorry, but this is UNBEARABLE!!!
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