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Symphonic Prog

4.21 | 705 ratings

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4 stars This album confirms the increased maturity and appetite by the band that started with their third album. The album is long which allows the 5 compositions to stretch and develop slowly. There are slower, reflective parts that create emotional atmosphere. The band can create good textures, landscapes when keyboards, guitar or violin/saxophone join. Compositions are good, even if not outstanding, they are memorable after a couple of listens. I cannot recognize any cloning here but there are King Crimson or VDGG elements. "When she dreams she dreams in color" has a post-rock feeling with the repetitive and melancholic second part, it contains also a great violin solo.

Overall, the album contains enough contents to bite into even for a more demanding progger.

sgtpepper | 4/5 |


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