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NOBODY CAN WAIT FOREVER

Alquin

 

Eclectic Prog

3.06 | 46 ratings

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Prosciutto
4 stars Although less progressive than the two previous albums, this is by far my favourite ALQUIN record. This is the first album that feature vocalist Michael Van Dijk, his versatile performance in addition to the new approach of the compositions gives a powerful and overall fresher sound to the band. Highlights are the album opener, the almost hard-rocker Stranger and the album closer Revolution's Eve, coincidentaly the proggiest tracks on this record.

While most people may enjoy the two previous albums better, I prefer the less complicated compositions featured on this album, as I said before ALQUIN managed to sound really fresh and powerful but keeping their progressive influences.

The song Wheelchair Groupie was a hit for the band.

Prosciutto | 4/5 |

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