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SYMPHINITY

Windchase

 

Symphonic Prog

3.18 | 84 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
2 stars Musicians getting lost in the outback.

What the holy camel was the musicians thinking when they made this album ? If I had as many personalities as this album has, I would had been put in a mental hospital for years. This album have Santana type of jazz and horrible 1970s Las Vegas type of music. The contrast could not had been bigger. That Las Vegas type of song, which not even Elvis Presley would had touched with a bargepole, is called Glad to be Alive. Well, one more time with that song and I can be found at the end of a long rope. It is an utterly horrible song. What the holy penguin was Windchase thinking ? The rest of the album is a mix of generic fusion and symphonic prog. The Santana copycat song they included on this album is named Horsemen to Symphinity and it comes twice. A studio and a live version. I guess the latter one is a bonus track. This song is by far the best song on this album. The rest is not too bad, actually. But this album is still a lost cause and one best forgotten. Thanx to PA, it is buried in the sands of time. I am not so sure if the musicians on this album is too fond of PA for bringing this album to attention of the general public again......... But, we all carries our crosses towards Golgotha.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |

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