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Crossover Prog

4.05 | 503 ratings

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5 stars Gazpacho strike again! I have followed this band sor many years now and each album has evolved from the last. Bravo was an assured debut and their last effort, Night was a near perfect prog classic. I felt it would be near impossible to better Night but Tick Tock does so with ease.

Just like Essence, the first disk of Marillion's recent effort, Tick Tock is greater than the sum of it's parts. The quite heavy opener 'Dessert Flight sets the tone for this musical journey. Deft touches flow through the whole album and the musical dexterity of all involved merge with the vocals to create a thing of beauty. This is the second essential release of this band's history and the second essential release in the last 6 months (Marillion's Happiness is the road) so this is turning into a stellar year for Prog!

Well Done guys, (I know you read these pages!)

Headlong | 5/5 |


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