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SOLA SCRIPTURA

Neal Morse

 

Symphonic Prog

4.16 | 475 ratings

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nandprogger
5 stars sound for a new millennium!

Vijar confess to the times of Luther when I hear this record, this is a good concept albums: travel both in music and the theme. When he heard Spock's Beard I do not recall hearing something similar. The impressive record for me is that you can hear sounds of mellotron in something so heavy, something bordering on progmetal and yet ... and sound as "married" "The Door" the heavy guitar scales vie for space with heavy piano, organ and mellotron with a somber mood, and not like this melody out of my head! and a little more of the performance of Portnoy through the details with the cymbals, as well as the perfect use of multiple voice, In a few moments seemed to be the same church choir. "All I ask for" and "mercy for sale" the show's vocals sometimes like Gentle Giant, but still with a lower temperature, whilst exploring the same feeling now milder and more symphonic with the "broken the time "caused by the electric guitar cause an interesting effect. "Keep silent" when the pop album associated with the vocals and great guitar fender with touches of blues. "Upon The Door" setting with an atmosphere of reflection "The conflict" to please fans of hard rock and roll rock'in with beautiful guitar improvisations, in fact every track follows the line of electric guitar "Party to the lie" most "balanced" even with some details of Moog. More shines on vocals. "Underground" another ballad environment "Two down, one to go" a melody already explored in Spock's Beard, based on Latin rhythms" "Heaven in My Heart" and symphonic ballad with climate and deep lyrics "The Conclusion" a mixture of the two epics with minor changes

Sola Scripitura is an album to stay in the career of Neal Morse as the best and it shows that often reflects quality not quantity ... Perfect masterpiece

nandprogger | 5/5 |

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