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Symphonic Prog

4.05 | 786 ratings

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5 stars Let me tell you something: I had bought a set including "Breathless", "Rain Dances" and "Stationary Traveller" several years ago, and it was a deception, even when those were not bad stuffs, because -except a couple of tracks in each album- I didn't find there the real CAMEL progressive sound. So, I put CAMEL in my "ex-prog-bands" list. But when "Rajaz" appeared, I bought it (with lots of reserves) and when music started... what a wonderful surprise! CAMEL was CAMEL yet! Truly progressive, some Arabian flavour and exquisite melodies in almost one hour of one of the best '90s albums, with Latimer and co. in their best form. There aren't weak points, and all songs (specially "The Last Encore", the third track), conform one of the most brilliant CAMEL works I'd listened in a long time.
Marcelo | 5/5 |


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