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MARBURG

Pell Mell

 

Symphonic Prog

3.51 | 48 ratings

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Grobsch
5 stars How can this album has only 3.17 average points? This is one of the best german progressive rock album ever. Simply excellent, imaginative, crazy, heavy progressive, NOT symphonic and NOT totally kraut like. The mix of styles here represents the best part of the german progressive history. Marburg deserves more than 3.17.

Marburg has two masterpiece. The first and the last songs of the album. The first song, 'The Clown And The Queen', is just fantastic, less classic than 'Moldau'. The third and fourth songs a little less good, even though they are also great, but the end is fantastic. 'Alone' is one of the best rock songs from Germany...

If you ask me to build a band choosing all musicians I can, Thomas Schmitt will be included. Great crazyness vocal, fantastic violin control, good classical inspiration and love to be unique.

FIVE SOLID STARTS? OFF COURSE!!

Grobsch | 5/5 |

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