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Eric Woolfson


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3.49 | 132 ratings

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4 stars After a terrible sequence of pop/mainstream and radio-friend albums in the 1980s, I consider this concept album as a come back to the glorious days of the first 3 Alan Parsons Project's albuns. This is surely an underrated album.

I don't care about the controversy about if this is in fact an APP or not, the fact is that the music is more than good enough to me. The album is centered on an interesting concept about Sigmund Freud life and work, with tons of different styles, from ballads through a very enjoying Beatlesque track to almost hard rock tracks. There are even humour tinges in some narrated places. Perhaps this album would need at least 2 to 3 attentive auditions to be fully appreciated, but for me it deserves solid four stars, without a doubt!

Asiostygius | 4/5 |


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