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Citizen Cain


Symphonic Prog

2.62 | 50 ratings

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2 stars No doubt that this album is for fans and collectors only. Individually without the background of the other C.Cain albums this is a bad album. But in the scope of all C.Cain history and if you have heard their others albums this is a 2,5 to 3 stars album,because at least is this one is the structure of the music of this band. Citizen,s Cain strategy in the taking out to life of this recordings was very good ,because if this album would have born first ...i think it would have been the debut and good bye to this very good band.

But the fans only could listened to it after Somewhere But doubt their best album.

So this is an album with interesting things.Melodies are quite good,good guitar arrengements and with remarkable vocals.If the other albums are in the line of the best Genesis albums of Peter Gabriel era-with more keyboards-,this album is in the line of the first atempts,the first demos or improvisations of Genesis PG era.

This album is only a curiosity to have, because you can,t compare it with the others.Keyboards are too important in C. Cain structure to miss a keyboardist

robbob | 2/5 |


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