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Quantum Fantay


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.03 | 49 ratings

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2 stars Ha-ha, the first written review is mine again!

But I won't be wordy on this one. First, this is definitely NOT Psychedelic/Space Rock, so genre's fanheads, beware. And hey, I wanted to say the same for anyone else - listen before buying and stop complaining then :) QUANTUM FANTAY seems to be a Dream Band for every progger: they play like Dream Theater, sound like Jethro Tull, filled with electronic like Ozric Tentacles; they are melodic like Italian Prog, complex like Return to Forever; they have dark like Porcupine Tree and light like Yes. The only problem is that all these elements hardly work together, and the band remains faceless. Just a group of well-skilled musicians, knowing how to play good in the manner of some prominent bands. The only difference between prominent bands and QUANTUM FANTAY is that QF are not prominent. I'm not trying to insult the band, it's just me, my ears and my heart. What my ears have heard, my heart haven't, sorry. Average, though listenable

Prog-jester | 2/5 |


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