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Symphonic Prog

4.42 | 2888 ratings

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5 stars "Nursery Crime", the third album by Genesis, was the album that defined the band's style, which began with his previous album, "Trespass." This is an album of fan favorites such me.Are seven tracks really greats- There is no weak song here.The first, "The Music Box" is one of the best-loved songs from the band: their first three minutes are smooth, without drastic changes, but then the organ of Banks leads a hard-rock section guided guitar by Hackett (in their opening band). The final highlight is the powerful. "For Absent Friends" is a song which I really like the vocals by Phil Collins (also debuting in vcais, besides being his first album in the band) are beautiful. "The return of giant hogweed" is another song pretty quick, the best is at the end: a powerful solo mellotron of Banks. "Seven Stones" is a little gem, and has the best chorus on the album . "Harold the barrel" is quite fun, while "Harlequin"is a good folk song (like" For absent friends ")."The fountain of Salmacis"is another classic track well and is perfect, finishing the album magically.

(10/10) -The Music Box -For absent friends -The return of giant hogweed -Seven Stones Harold the barrel- -Harlequin -The fountain of Salmacis


5 stars!

voliveira | 5/5 |


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