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THE ARROW

Quodia

 

Eclectic Prog

3.92 | 10 ratings

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evantate09
4 stars This DVD was quite compelling. It was musically pretty diverse and very different from pretty much anything I've ever heard. There was a little King Crimson in there to be sure, as well as some ambient stuff that you would hear from Tangerine Dream or Brian Eno. I thought part one was a little slow, but the more I think about it, I think it's appropriate for setting the stage for the next six parts to follow. Some real highlights of the disc are Thick and Thorny, which turns into this crazed running from demons music, I Saw Two Hands, When The Fire Was Slow, which has some really trippy stuff going on in the DVD, Water Woman, and Chained, which contains an absolutely killer guitar solo. This is something for people who are looking to explore a different side of music. I personally loved it. I am definitely going to share this with some of my friends.
evantate09 | 4/5 |

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