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Twelfth Night



4.01 | 45 ratings

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Rikki Nadir
5 stars This album makes me turn my attention from Heavy Metal to Pro Rock, back in the late '80s, when i listened to a Cassette tape copy that i borrowed from a teacher of Philosophy at my last year at School and I still listen to it (now the CD) from time to time (the Cassette was only '60 minutes long, one side with Godbluff / the other one with Live at the Target so everytime that The Sleepwalkers / Sequences passes the 5 / 10 minutes I have this strange feeling "mmmmm this sound new to me"). From the '89 to de mid '00s I was sure that "Live at the Target" was THE missing link between de classic Prog years and the neo prog movement.....but then, in the mid '00, I listened to the first Saga album and that appreciation have changed in favor of the Canadian band...anyway, that's another story. This album is a turning point, in my reltaion with popular music, not extremely demanding in the technical departament, but full of a new spectrum of sounds to my 17 years old ears, that this bunch of young lads deserved a far better fate than they got in the music bussines. Beware if you are thinking about a typical Neo Prog album, this is not, here the spacey elemet is very important at last but not least, a prog algum that has a drum roll in it IMHO is probably one I will like..., but if the album begins with a drum roll, it only can deserve a mastepiece status....5 stars
Rikki Nadir | 5/5 |


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