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SEVEN

Magenta

 

Neo-Prog

4.08 | 244 ratings

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Colourful
5 stars It is first album which I've heard from Magenta. And after a while of listening I knew one thing: this is better music in something. Prog or not, I'm not worry about it. All songs are 'long - timed' (except Anger every song had over ten minutes), but it never bored me. Singer shocked me her almost perfect voice. All instruments have enough place to express oneself in heartfelt solos. Melodic, nice, various music. In some albums I usually have one or two tracks which I liked much than other. It's weird, but here isn't this little differents. Why ? 'Cause all tracks hits me. So I will give 5* and I'm not worry about comparision with albums like -Close to the Edge- or any other in top 20. I hope that prog world will have more albums like this. Go, Magenta, go!
Colourful | 5/5 |

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