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FREQUENCY

IQ

 

Neo-Prog

4.12 | 622 ratings

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luc4fun
4 stars ...So the question is: was it worthwhile to wait 5 years after the big success Dark Matter, IQ could finally produce a new album which could be at same level of previous ones? Well the answer is : yes certainly!! Someone could expect a double album after such long time, but knowing the production of this band (Subterranea remains their only double CD) we understand that this is not possible. Frequency is absolutely another brillant album in the IQ style which confirms how the band is mature nowadays in their music production. The second question is: so why four stars? Thats because I find all songs excellent, excpet Tyker Skys which after several listens, I cannot really love.. This album shows how the new keyboardist (Mark) has quickly and easily replace Martin Orford in playing keyoards in this album (another story could be on the composition side). Another big improvement I noticed is in the voice of Peter Nicholls who the more gets old, the more improve! The third question is: Should we wait another 5 years now?????
luc4fun | 4/5 |

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