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CAMEL

Camel

 

Symphonic Prog

3.94 | 924 ratings

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Kanda
5 stars With this album things got started really. This album shows the quality of things that were still to come. One of the best tracks is Never let go. Personally I don't really care much for the song Mystic Queen. The other songs are strong and to the point. Of course the soundquality (the production) could have been better, even in those days. But I think that the way the album is produced gives it a certain charme. Musically I should say the album is worth 4.5 stars. However, since this album still is one of the discs I choose to play (eventhough many other great albums have been put on the market since), there must be something very good about it. Most Camel songs take a while to 'burn in' as they say. Once that has been achieved, you won't forget the melody. This album is no exception. The tracks take a little while to get used to, but after listening to the album for a few times, you'll know what I mean.

I rate the album 5 stars.

Kanda | 5/5 |

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