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Symphonic Prog

3.62 | 47 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
4 stars Almost four star if you are a non fan and four 4.5 star if you are - that makes an average of 4. Ange has the merit to be one of the most enduring prog band (along with Camel) that managed to stay true to themselves having highs and lows but reaching the Everest Peaks or Mariana Trenches that such masters as Genesis , ELP and Yes.

On with the album now. While you cannot talk of freshness at this stage of the discography of Ange , this album renews with the spirit and inspiration of the ancient days. One can feel the enthusiasm of the writing and the musicians playing this sort-of-spoof concept linking two kind of lingual arts(three if you count the french text regaining a certain lost brilliance. Of course the very subject of linking/licking food and pussy can only have brought up by perverted frenchmen (my girlfriend had a genuine interest in listening to this album and liked it too), and I am also inspired by it . actually , forgive me to leave you so quickly but I have an urge to find this Cd and my girlfriend (not necessarily in that order, though) , so Bye bye by b y e

Sean Trane | 4/5 |


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