The Tangent - The Music That Died Alone CD (album) cover


The Tangent


Eclectic Prog

4.00 | 253 ratings

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4 stars A very good album. It begins not very promising with In Darkest Dreams suite - traditional prog rock sort of music lacking originality. However, it develops into a very interesting piece of music. The Canterbury Sequence is brilliant prog rock of Canterbury style, I enjoyed it the most. Up Hill From Here is a strong song with a masterful guitar. The title piece The Music That Died Alone is another beatuful composition. So although it begins with disappointment you'll be rewarded in the end.
Foxy | 4/5 |


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