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Crossover Prog

4.03 | 572 ratings

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4 stars I loved Doomsday Afternoon and gave it a 5 in fact. It is a masterpiece. This, however, is just a simple good album. It is pretty solid throughout but for me there are few standout tracks. It is pretty much a mood piece. The last album was chock full of development of solid musical themes. This one has few memorable themes for me. That said there are no "must skips" on the album, and it is pleasant to listen to. Also the cohesive feel of the album makes the whole greater than the sum of the parts. So for me this is a very strong 3 bordering on a 4 but I just can't round it up quite that much. [EDIT 8 months after original review]: - I am revising this from 3 to 4 stars. The songs have grown on me quite a bit, and when I think of all of the many 3 star albums there are out there I have to place this ahead of all of them.
irregardlessly | 4/5 |


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