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Citizen Cain


Symphonic Prog

3.19 | 80 ratings

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1 stars On its first two albums, Citizen Cain was a five piece band consisting of crack musicians. Those albums are absolute pinnacles of 90s progressive rock, reminiscent of and better than early 70s Genesis. On Stones, the band for unknown reasons cut back to two members. And just as when Genesis started thinning its ranks, the results are diminished proportionately. There's no structure to the album (not even the song titles) and narry a hook to be found. Further, there's a weird evil soaked in it, and I always felt large crazed ravens would eat my children's heads if I listened to it - not what I'm looking for in prog rock or music in general. Buy 'Serpents in Camoflouge' and 'Somewhere But Yesterday' instead - 5 stars each.
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