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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

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King Crimson776
4 stars The Moody Blues are the first good band that I listened to. Before that I wasn't into music other than the occasional listen to Smash Mouth (which I still like because it's epic), Lenny Kravitz (he's alright), Weird Al Yankovic (still like), or Sugar Ray (no). Oh yeah, and those crappy Now CD's that had one or two songs that I liked occasionally, but anyway... I heard a compilation of their stuff first, so I only heard Tuesday Afternoon and Nights in White Satin, but I have since heard this album in it's enirety and it is great. The two most famous tracks I mentioned are the best, but The Day Begins (an epic introduction), Dawn Is a Feeling, Peak Hour, and Twilight Time are also very good. The lyrics do get sappy sometimes, but overall the epicness (of the music and the best lyrics) outweighs the sappiness. A while ago I would have given this 5 stars, but it's not quite consistent enough, still highly recomended though.
King Crimson776 | 4/5 |


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