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Deluge Grander


Symphonic Prog

3.82 | 134 ratings

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I liked DG's debut, but this one is seems to be much more jazz-rock/fusion-oriented, somewhat avantish at times. I have the same problem with DG as with NEMO and some other contemporary Symph/Retro-Prog bands: melodies, folks. Where have they all gone? What has happend to the good old art of Making Prog Enjoyable To Human Ears? Or had all the good melodies already been played in 70s? Or is it just my weird taste? Anyways, I hear some good stuff here, complex, well-played, but these soundbricks will barely make the whole wall for me: I mean, I can't feel that was composed, not constructed. Good, but too uneven.

Prog-jester | 3/5 |


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