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4.01 | 113 ratings

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5 stars Very few people like prog rock. I like prog rock. When i was 13 i started out listening to Genesis, King Crimson, Yes... Then, a couple years later, stuff like Gentle Giant, Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Pain Of Salvation... Then in my 20s Frank Zappa, Magma, Cardiacs and some other rarities. So now i'm in my 30s and it's hard for me to get surprised with any new musical discoveries. Somewhere between 2021 and 2022 i read a review of this album and gave it a listen. It was weird, i didn't like it at first... but i knew by experience that was a good sign and decided to be patient. I listened to it again and again until it became an obsession. I think this is one of the most original prog rock albums of the 21st century! It's hard to compare this band's style to other bands. It's very dense and complex sounding. The Gentle Giant and Yes comparisons are reasonable, Cardiacs may have been an influence. I find it somehow similar to The Gourishankar as well. But overall this album sounds like nothing else. Very unknown and also underrated. The music has a very anxious, neurotic feeling. There's unusual guitar and keyboard sounds throughout the whole album, giving it a very refreshing feel. This is not normal prog, this is a risk taking, very in your face musical attitude.
marcobrusa | 5/5 |


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