Magenta - Metamorphosis CD (album) cover





3.69 | 169 ratings

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5 stars Magenta delivers another stunning gem. With Metamorphosis they return strongly to the style of Revolutions. This aint no Neo- Prog, it's full out symphonic and probably the finest example of symphonic prog I've heard in the past 2 or 3 years. The album contains only 4 tracks but two (The Ballad of Samuel Layne and Metamorphosis) are 20 minutes+. And these epics definitely rise above the quality of the longer tunes on Home and The New York Suite. A true 5 star release of modern symphonic prog. My only complaint witgh this release it that it is too short. Gimme More!!
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