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Unitopia - The Garden CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.58 | 162 ratings

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3 stars "Do not judge the album by its cover!" I confess that this was the most beautiful skin on a cd, but the music is not something visual, we see more shows with any media. In his second album, Unitopia puts the hand in the fire "and launches a double album, may not have had contact with" Close to the Edge "and learned that quality is better than quantity. Well, actually the quality of the musicians in itself is no problem but I can point out two problems: 1 - The band seems lost and I know that this site wants to be as inclusive and democratic as possible; algums at times is difficult to know whether it is really a progressive band. I confess to be eclectic about the music, but when I hear a progressive band want to sound as such, but to put a player in my band, pop, soul ... Songs like "Here I am" and "This Life" (and others), after listening to the album all seem to have been composting for simply completing the album 2 - The second problem is that I seem to have been a "best of" in which they took several songs from other albums and did "The Garden" because the album does not sound in unison. Songs like the epic "Journeys Friend" and "The Garden" can be considered as well as the beautiful violins of "When I'm Down," but I can not go that far.
nandprogger | 3/5 |


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