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After Crying


Symphonic Prog

3.79 | 107 ratings

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4 stars Out of the first four albums, this one is the closest to Symphonic Prog. Keyboards in all forms are dominant instrument and comparison to ELP from other reviewers is deserved. The songs remain creative, progressive and sung in Hungarian. In the beginning, short pieces with different motives are introduced. The keyboard player is very much virtuoso and well versed in various styles. Check out the track "Rondo" to agree or disagree ;). Finally also a track featuring guitar - although a short one, named Zene Gitarra. The "Bethlehem" track sounds almost like having a Christmas theme and losing any connection to the rock music, then comes "Judas" with the decadent rock patterns ;-). The last long track exposes quite a lot of orchestra including brass instruments, so sit back, close your eyes and count them all. Another very solid effort by After Crying.
sgtpepper | 4/5 |


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