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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

3.02 | 115 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
1 stars I vote that this band changes its name to The Moody Blunders after 1974. They hed reformed after a four year break with a technically-superior Moraz replacing Pinder and made an unispired Octave, then a few years later they came came back to the charts forfront with the atrocious Long Distant Voyager (mostly due to MTV videocip exposure).

With this album , they will hit an all-time low in their carreer and also scrape the crud at tyhe bottom of the Marianna Trench (- 14800 meters below the sea level) but still managed selling a bunch of them albums by the thousands. Bravo Moody Blunders. Living proof that cruddy and crappy albums can be brainwashed into the public.

Ugly and tacky artwork sleeve too!

Sean Trane | 1/5 |


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