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JUBAL

Tantalus

 

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2.55 | 14 ratings

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hdfisch
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2 stars I did not listen to any other of their records, but I've got to say this one here is quite a weak and mediocre one. It's okay and nice to listen as a background music but does not offer anything interesting, at least to me. It's a mixture of well-known Neo-Progish patterns and some acoustic rock. Actually I'd file it rather under Neo-Prog since I'm not able to discover any similarity with classic British Symphonic Prog as we know from bands like Yes, Genesis, King Crimson or Gentle Giant. But as well there is not any hint for a "new generation Symphonic Prog". Really nothing I could recommend to a Prog collector, still 2 stars!
hdfisch | 2/5 |

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