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4.12 | 686 ratings

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4 stars IQ Frecuency 4 Stars ;)

Since ´Ever´ album in 1993 to the ´Dark Matter´ 2004 IQ showed to be one of the most consistent neo.prog bands even if we consider that some albums are closer to prog rather than neo. Well this time ´Frecuency´ is again well produced and even the absense of Martin Offord is not even noticed in the performace but maybe a little bit in the keyboard solos creativity, i guess ´Frecuency´ can be putted on that elite of IQ albums but certainly i feel a little weaker than the rest as a first impression. Maybe with more visits to the album certainly we might find things that we were lost in the first glance. In any case i feel that IQ has a lots more to offer in the future so I hope next time thay try to risk a bit more instead to continue the line of past albums.

Even this is not a Masterpiec... it´s obviously a must to any IQ fan... long live IQ.

rafabal | 4/5 |


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