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Symphonic Prog

3.18 | 15 ratings

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4 stars You will liket it if you like piano driven symphonic prog. It is a very nice, promising, debut for the band. It clearly borrows to Pink Floyd (Chorus and drums in the last track are straight out of The Wall), mixed with a tint of Supertramp / Roger Hogdson (A sinner), and some neo-prog influences, even some jazzy bars. While a bit lacking, production is still very good. Most tracks include vocals ; André Vieira voice is a bit rough but warm and in tune. All tracks are enjoyable and melodic, but Spinning Loom is the track that should not have been included, the intruder there. Elegy To Magdalene is the most memorable track, with good dynamics great keyboards and melody. It's not the best album of the band ; tracks are heterogeneous. Still there is probably not a single track that you will not listen twice or even more.
franp | 4/5 |


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