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Egdon Heath



3.31 | 23 ratings

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3 stars Well this is a difficult and strange album to qualify. At first time i must say the recording sound ,mixing ,remastering is very good. A very equilibrate interact sounding between instruments.

The vocals:i prefer the guest invited vocals of The Killing Silence.

The songs: Well this album i think is a mix between In The City and Killing Silence.

I prefer much more KS:is a very good symphonic rock album. In this one most of the songs have a strange mix between symph. prog. and easy listening neo prog. There is a mix between Marillion(Fish era),Genesis(PC era)Pallas and IQ in their symphonic moments ,but also and mostly in the vocal parts it seems that we were listening to the most light pop prog of Pallas,some Bauhaus,some Talk Talk,some New Order. When i am listening sometimes i feel very good as i am going to listen very good neo prog but then some poppy material get my confused

I prefer albums in one line of music.

3 stars

robbob | 3/5 |


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