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Symphonic Prog

3.70 | 102 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Marty is not amused. This may be because at first I expected something Symphonic, secondly that I don't like Trip Hop (not even a little bit). But there are things that are worth of attention.

It's not so bad after all, these "modern" elements works a bit good and there's not this distinct patine of "modern" by all means as with some other bands these days. Some tracks even has good old guitar solos (even combined with grand piano like sounding keyboards).

I would advise you to overcome your fears, your love of traditional "style" of Prog music and with this request, I challenge myself too, because even I love Prog music, it's not necessarily progressive at all costs. In fact, I like my good old Symphonic thingies, so I'm little bit to be blamed too, but this album proves to be worthy.

Very worthy, because after initial hesitation, it steps in forward and moves.

3(-) - "It move(s)", truly

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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