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THE KEY PART I - THE PROPHECY

Strangers On A Train

 

Neo-Prog

2.93 | 35 ratings

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b_olariu
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2 stars 2.5 really

Better than the next one, but don't expect something special either, just the same mellow arrangements like on the key part II, in fact the key part II sounds like this one. Nothing more to add just an mediocre album where playes some of the finest musician of this genre. That doesn't mean they save the album from going down and for good reason. All the pieces are almost boring with nothing to offer, only the bes track from here and maybe from both parts is with no doubt Duel (very strong piece, is really a duel between keys and guitar, super), the rest i don't mention because is awfull. So another big 2 stars, not among the main albums of neo prog movement, at least for me.

b_olariu | 2/5 |

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