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Pendragon - And Now Everybody To The Stage  CD (album) cover

AND NOW EVERYBODY TO THE STAGE

Pendragon

 

Neo-Prog

3.95 | 62 ratings

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EricDraven
1 stars This is my first and sadly last foray into Pendragon. I recently started buying cds/dvds from noted neo progressive artists and am sorry to say I will never, ever purchase anything by Pendragon again. Firstly, I have to say that Nick Barret cannot sing, he sounds like a cross between Bob Dylan [who I also consider a bad singer] and Phil Collins [who I actually like] but poor Nick Barret's almost drunken sounding delivery immediately put me off. Secondly, the songs themselves were simply boring, meandering tracks that went nowhere fast, there were no catchy hooks, riffs or keyboard solos. And speaking of keyboards, if you have a talent like a Clive Nolan in your band, let the man shine, I could barely hear him as he was mostly drowned out by screeching guitar and too loud bass and drums, at least that's how it sounded on my dvd player. It's certainly head and shoulders over the music that's played on mainstream radio, but it's not my cup of tea.
EricDraven | 1/5 |

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