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Spock's Beard


Symphonic Prog

3.83 | 460 ratings

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5 stars My first review! I've been a fan of The Beard for several years now and was one of those people who pre-paid for this album, sight unseen and sound unheard. Was it worth it? ABSOLUTELY!! This album, in my opinion, blows all the other post-Morse (and some other Morse-led Beard albums) out of the water. Every track is strong and has a lot to offer to those who may have given up on The Beard since Neal left.

Dave Meros wrote a substantial portion of the album musically (Edge of the In-Between, The Quiet House, Their Names Escape Me, Jaws Of Heaven) and his contribution is outstanding. Jaws Of Heaven is a brilliant composition that harkens back to the days of V.

All of the band members should be very proud of what they have accomplished with this record. Bravo!

scaife | 5/5 |


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