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1 stars After reading all the glowing reviews here, I decided to buy this ASAP, so off to amazon I went and one-clicked it. Boy, what a huge disappointment! This has got to be the most BORING neo prog album I've heard yet. First off let me say that I'm a HUGE keyboard/synth fanatic, but the way they're used here is mainly AOR almost jazz fusion, which I despise by the way, so that was a immediate huge strike against it for me. The vocals, when I could hear them, are Phil Collinsisque though not as good as PC. And, the tracks themselves are just drawn out, overly long AOR mainstream rawk, and badly done AOR at that. A word of warning to the curious, this is NOT prog, at all. A few moog/mellotron samples aren't enough to catagorize this as prog. Onto the to dump pile it goes. Oh well, at least the artwork was good.
EricDraven | 1/5 |


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