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THREE CHEERS FOR THE BROKEN-HEARTED

Glass Hammer

 

Symphonic Prog

3.03 | 84 ratings

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nandprogger
1 stars What band is this?

This is my question when I heard this new cd of GH. Perhaps the cover reveals the official entry of Susie in the group and that this fact decisively to have influenced the sound of this album. Another novelty is the new physical form of Fred Schendel and this may not have yielded positive effect on music grupo.Falo this as a big fan of GH and while I am intrigued by the radical change in the sound of this disc compared to previous work : Nothing that a good proghead can find in a progressive band, even those fans Shiites. In a few moments pop and heavy rare verging on any mainstream band that is out there, to find a progressive element you have to listen very carefully to their rare moments when they manifest themselves. The only conclusion one can give is that this is not the same band! Do not want to extend this rating, because not even have much to say, what remains is to pray to heaven for us returning the old GH. To conclude: until recently the Gh symphonic band was my favorite, but disappointed to give my first grade for the worst site. 1 star.

nandprogger | 1/5 |

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