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AS THE WORLD

Echolyn

 

Symphonic Prog

3.95 | 226 ratings

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maryes
5 stars "And they got again!!! " .Is the best form of defining my thought about ECHOLYN "As the World" to which I give 5 stars with praise (I say, again... because I gave 5 stars also to the first 2 albuns), and if you liked two previous albums certainly will appreciate a lot this album. Inside of this disk are present the same "ingredients" that do ECHOLYN an exceptional band ,or in other words heavy-prog, symphonic prog, ecletic-prog, bringing to us the most varied emotions as a certain present melancholy in the track 8. " To Short Essay" or a force and fantastic weight as in the track 2 " As The World", in a mixture of the highest quality, where you can feel the presence of the influences of bands with sonorities as several as LED ZEPPELIN, YES & GENTLE GIANT, through complex vocal arrangements (GG) with wah-wah soils in MICK BOX's (URIAH HEEP) or Jimmy Page and keyboards in Rick Wakeman's fashion." My highlights are the tracks 2 " As The World", 3 "Uncle", 5 "Best Regards", 6 "The Cheese Stands Alone", 8 "To Short Essay", 9 "My Dear Wormwood" and 13 "√Āudio Vert√©." However I want to emphasize that all the disk is very good, without weak moments. As already said before, my rate is 5 Stars!!!
maryes | 5/5 |

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