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The Sea Within


Eclectic Prog

3.80 | 92 ratings

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4 stars This is an excellent and underrated release with a stellar lineup of prog veterans. It features some very well written songs, and is a real grower the more you take it in. The first thing I noticed was the drums. I have never really zeroed in on Marco Minnemann's style before, but I am extremely impressed as they stand out on this release. Also, Daniel Gildenlow's vocals stand out from the start of this album all the way to the bonus track Denise. He sounds great and performs with passion and conviction, and you can tell when he is not singing on a track. The musicianship is excellent as expected, and the album feels like a collection of experiences from all of the members. The album is marketed as art-rock, but it crosses many genres and should appeal to any progressive rock fan. There are several long songs like Broken Cord 14:10, An Eye For An Eye For An Eye 7:01, and two bonus tracks.
javajeff | 4/5 |


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