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Citizen Cain


Symphonic Prog

3.19 | 80 ratings

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5 stars Might Xyrus be a HEAVY and DARK storyteller from WHEN?

If you know the previous work of Citizen Cain well, definitely you have such a impression as above. On Somewhere But Yesterday, the content and stream is bright and easy-to-understand...perhaps Cyrus could create the album with his gracious mind. In fact, that work has pop and cheerful sound all around.

To the contrary, what happened on this work Raising The Stones? The atmosphere on it has changed heavier and darker completely. If you love the previous album, it's somewhat hard you accept the air, beat and mood. I wonder it was none other than Cyrus who had changed depressively. Believe me, that was what earned him the heavy and dark sound.

And please listen, the album got more brilliant and more fantastic. Let me say this darkness must be suitable for the progressive rock world in late twentieth century.

For excellent album, thanks Citizen Cain.

DamoXt7942 | 5/5 |


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