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SEVEN

Magenta

 

Neo-Prog

4.08 | 240 ratings

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Ampersand
5 stars A necessary must-have for every fan of neo-prog and one of the most interesting Prog albums of the last few years. Sometimes reminiscent of early Genesis, with a flavour of classic symphonically composed masterpieces of 70s and 80s. What you'll find here is lengthy compositions, gradually developing over time, flavoured with beautifully woven guitar and synthesizer soloes and delicate female vocals. Mind you, the album is not a re-invention of the genre, but a brilliantly set of songs that rework the classic motifs and arrangements with a modern kind of sound and the feel that nothing has been lost from the classic progressive rock experience. What makes me love this album so much is the sensation similar to the one I got while listening to my first prog-oriented discoveries I made in high school.
Ampersand | 5/5 |

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