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2.71 | 5 ratings

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2 stars It is really tough to describe the music on this album. I guess that is not odd, considering it is classified as avant-prog. It is obvious to me that A.P.A.t.T. is not really influenced by progressive music. The avant-garde songs show no sign of this. However, there are some obvious eighties pop influenced songs here, including one that is an homage to Prince. As I was listening, I found that I wasn't really a fan of this album, but when it was over I ended up buying the vinyl on Bandcamp. Like any prog or avant-garde type album, perhaps I will like it the more I listen. Heck, it took me 30 years to appreciate Lizard by King Crimson.

I did rate this as 2 stars because I can't see the average prog fan liking this one. But, if you are into avant-prog, I'm sure you would rate this one much higher. In fact, as I listen to it more, I may change my vote.

SyrinxTemple | 2/5 |


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