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HYDROPHONIA

Roine Stolt

 

Symphonic Prog

3.98 | 106 ratings

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The Truth
5 stars This album is possibly contains the best instumentals Roine Stolt has ever released, solo or with the Flower Kings! Stolt shows in each song that he somehow has the ability to mold himself into pretty much the perfect guitarist, showing influences of David Gilmour, Steve Howe, and Brian May all in one breath. I'm a big fan of the concept album and although there are no lyrics in this album I still sense a concept is present. All of the song titles have something to do with the ocean, (except Cosmic Lodge, don't know how to explain that one,) and at times it is hard to tell that the song has changed, (kind of like Floyd albums,). Tracks that stand out to me are Bizarre Seahorse Sex Attack which is almost Zappa-like, the epic Wreck of HMS Nemesis, and the title track.
The Truth | 5/5 |

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