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THE TWENTY SEVEN CLUB

Magenta

 

Neo-Prog

3.85 | 204 ratings

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poito
3 stars Good the band Magenta had time to think over their return's Chamaleon. This 27 gets them back to the good track. And whit it, the prog heroes sounds return. It seems these guys need to get dressed in their youth musical sleeves to get inspired. Unfortunately, the composition only gets high at times. As usual, the singer Christine would have been better mouth closed. She puts emotion only from time to time. Some tracks are written to wear voices, like Pearl, The Gift or The Devil at Crossroads. These are fillers on my view, songs for a TV show. The natural inputs in this album are The Lizard King, Ladyland Blues, and Stoned. I coincide with other guys in that they might have put a bit more of the honored musicians in the respective themes. If they tried, no one noticed it. A great idea and a missed opportunity.
poito | 3/5 |

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