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Peter Hammill


Eclectic Prog

4.31 | 768 ratings

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5 stars This album is very much in PH-Van der Graaf style. It's heavy, but in the same time interesting, with unpredictible evolutions of the songs. It's passing from the tough style of "Modern" to the quietness of "Wilhelma" and then, passing through the next tracks in the well-knowned PH kind of music, it's arriving to the last song, which I consider a real masterpiece of the prog-music. Each time I listen it, and I have listened it hundreds of times, it's bringing me to a "prog-music orgasm", if you allow me to call in this manner the real prog feeling. Try to listen this album with attention and with your mind and senses opened widley, listen carefuly to the evolution of the songs (the last song is beginning and ending with the same words, but in a completly different melody and rhytm), and probably you'll feel the same satisfaction. Enjoy it!
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