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EXPERIMENTS IN MASS APPEAL

Frost*

 

Neo-Prog

3.66 | 305 ratings

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Progrussia
4 stars On their second album (there would be quite a pause before the third), Frosty the snowmen largely drop the neo-prog and concentrate on dissolving prog in modern rock sounds - heavy guitars, catchy melodies and lots of electronic effects. While being shorter, at the same time songs are pretty complex, full of rapid tempo changes and layers of instrumentation. Some of these songs are so dense, that you might be thinking that the song is almost over, but then you check the clock and see that only two minutes have passed! The first two tracks are mostly about quiet/loud dynamics, but the rest gets more interesting. One thing I've wondered, though. Frost's mastermind, Jem Godfrey, as a producer worked on some songs from the now forgotten girl band Atomic Kitten. Did he name Frost in honor of one of the girls, Jenny Frost?
Progrussia | 4/5 |

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