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3.90 | 514 ratings

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3 stars First Pendragon album I can listen. No, there are no new sounds or experimental rhythms, everything is safe and comfortable as usual. But there are some great melodies, good arrangements and I can hear that they can play music!

Compositions are long and almost catchy, with symphonic arrangements, but rich in guitar sound as well. Even bands weakest point-vocal sounds acceptable there. Music is a bit bombastic, but it is more style requirement than band's originality.

Songs are long, even too long in moments (sound a bit too repetitious in moments), but not too boring. "A Man Of Nomadic Traits" (11:43) is a great composition!

Even if it is almost impossible to find original sounds or ideas there ( as with almost any neo-prog band), at least this album is listenable and pleasant in moments.

snobb | 3/5 |


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