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Neal Morse


Symphonic Prog

4.20 | 689 ratings

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5 stars I will ignore the religious content - you could love it or hate it, though some claim they are offended by it. The music here is superb, and has an epic feeling to it.

Many great musicians are playing on this album, including:

- Steve Hackett / guitar

- Jordan Rudess / keyboards

Rudess influence is very much felt, and I think that's one of the reasons the music here reminds me of Dream Theater. He also has many "Firth of Fifth"/Genesis elements throughout his solos, and this is so rewarding.

The album should be heard in one continues take, as all the tracks are melded together to one epic piece with no gaps. There are many great Prog moments, and the music overall is very much accessible and easy to digest, though still stays interesting and diverse.

I loved it since first listen.

nivon | 5/5 |


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