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Spock's Beard


Symphonic Prog

4.14 | 809 ratings

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4 stars "V"is considered by many the best album from Spock's Beard.Although I have not heard much of their work, I can say is better than "The Light"and "X " (which are great albums).

You can find the basic neo-progressive rock here. "At the end of day" was more surprised than the band, and is one of my favorite them.No is no weak moment here, and I'm rapt in the section with trumpets (that reminds me of Mexican mariachis and other stuff, even for a short time) or section metal,Incredible!

"Revelation" is more aggressive, and it was my first experience with this wonderful album.

"Thoughts" is exceptional, one of the best vocals of all time, clearly inspired by Gentle Giant.

The next two tracks, "All on a sunday"and "Goodbye to Yesterday" are trade and represent the very moment fraco.Mas "The Great Nothing" is a monstrous epic 27 minutes and certainly the best track on the album and career the Spock's Beard.

4.5 stars

voliveira | 4/5 |


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