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CODE BREAKER

Morse Code

 

Symphonic Prog

1.80 | 7 ratings

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Atavachron
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1 stars If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all... or in this case, not much. The unsettled career of this band was a virtual mirror to the shifts that occurred in music throughout the 70s and 80s, and they changed with the tide like a sand crab. This record, the very definition of corporate rock, was really the last straw creatively and revealed the intention of a group of skilled players to sell some records. As a result, it is a feeble if well-executed selection of commercial music with a dash of prog rock for flavor. The one decent cut, 'Hall of Mirrors', is a good pop tune and had FM blockbuster written all over it but like some evil plot engineered by record executives with plenty of money but a tin ear, Morse Code's 'Codebreaker' can best be described as what would happen if Eddie Jobson produced a collaboration between Survivor and Loverboy.

Atavachron | 1/5 |

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