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Pavlov's Dog


Crossover Prog

2.28 | 48 ratings

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2 stars The most prog thing about this album is the artwork. Dark, enigmatic, makes you wonder about the complexity of the music contained... But the music is mediocre pop/AOR, in by far the worst studio album Pavlov's Dog ever released.

It was 13 years since the recording of "Has Anyone Here Seen Sigfried?" and 15 since the release of "At the Sound of the Bell". The transformation from the spectacular Crossover Prog of "Pampered Menial" to a mainstream sound completes here, in a manner that reminds me of Genesis.

The self-titled song "Lost In America" has the sing-along feeling that makes it a memorable song, bit the rest of the album is pretty forgettable; especially when you hope to hear something special, after 15 long years of waiting for a new album.

2 stars, as it's indeed for collectors/fans only.

BigDaddyAEL1964 | 2/5 |


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