Gazpacho - Tick Tock CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

4.03 | 419 ratings

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2 stars Frankly I don't understand the high scores obtained from this album. Gazpacho make some kind of music, with no doubt well played and produced, in the middle of Muse, Radiohead and the (for me) boring "Hogarth era" of Marillion. Personally I believe that all groups mentioned before are not part of the progressive movement, because their music is missing something very innovative and there's little imagination in the construction of songs: everything is based on good melodies, but actually quite simple, and very flat and regular rhythms. Gazpacho are no different from them, even if some of their songs can be pleasant to the listening, especially for the good voice of the singer. In short, as a lover of true essence of prog, I think that "Tick Tock" is not particularly interesting.
prog61 | 2/5 |


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