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DOOMSDAY AFTERNOON

Phideaux

 

Crossover Prog

4.25 | 728 ratings

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motoprog
3 stars A small disappointment, probably because I expected more from this album of the year 2007. The first 8 tracks are a little boring during about fourty minutes with virtually the same rythm from the drums. On this first party, we find the influence of Pink Floyd, in particular on "Thank you for the Evil" which sounds like "Wish You Were Here" on the synths. The last two tracks are better and more personnal even if they sound like Mostly Autumn with the female voice and the violins. There are also some interesting orchestral moments with French horn, clarinet and trumpet. Formaldehyde that you can listen on Progarchives is the best track of this album and i give it 4 stars. But for the entire album which i find too long, i give 3 stars. Its a good album, but under no circumstances a masterpiece.
motoprog | 3/5 |

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