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3.81 | 55 ratings

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4 stars Very strange record, but obviously excellent. Strange from one very important reason, first a fall it doesn't sounds like progressive music. Skeem reminds me glam-metal from late 80's , voice like Robin McAuley's or Joey Tempest's, all the tracks are quite long, 6+ minutes. One think which getting me nervous, is fact, that title always appears in chorus. Many prog fans are used to diversity in composition, not to sounds closed in classical form, introduction, verse, chorus, verse, chorus... But there is also the most important advantage, great stunning guitar and keyboard solo parts, especially in Trustworthy Man, Good To One Another and Chrysalides, this one reason makes my rate so high. 4 stars, but rather for hard rock/prog record, than for true progressive rock.
Bkrzyz | 4/5 |


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