Transatlantic - The Whirlwind CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.04 | 769 ratings

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4 stars A comment from a promotional copy ,but a good promo.

A review of one of the longest songs ever written. Well that is a merit from this album.

You can be interested for more than 70 minutes,and excited too.

Well what can you expect from this album. ¿Something very original ? May be not. A masterpiece? I don,t think so. This is a very good piece of work ,no doubt.

I think the remarkable quality of this album is that for the first time Transatlantic mix the music of their genius creators :Mainly Neal Morse and R Stolte.

The before albums had a very strong touch of Neal Morse and Spock's Beard ,but in this one we can find a mixture.

Because this one is a perfect mix of Neal Morse music with Flower Kings music with a little touch of Dream Theater. And is a mix of the best music of Neal Morse with the best one of The Flower Kings.

So at least 4,0 stars.

robbob | 4/5 |


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