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A VULGAR DISPLAY OF PROG

Moongarden

 

Symphonic Prog

3.71 | 81 ratings

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let prog reign
2 stars Now most Neo-Prog I can at least stand but this just does not work for me. Neo-Prog often uses strange synthesizers with keyboards, but Moongarden just goes to far. Where do all these sounds come from? Are they from the keyboards or just some computer generated sounds that were added when recording? I don't know but they are not very fitting. In fact if they took all of these sounds out, the album might be decent. There is one song that I like though. Demetrio and Magdalen keeps away from all these sounds and stays true to the natural instruments. Not to mention the decent guitar solo at the end. Sorry Moongarden, this album deserves a cold 2 1/2 Stars. Now I add that half star because like I said, this album would be decent if it took out all the strange sounds. Overall I realize Moongarden didn't just name this album "A Vulgar Display of Prog" for no reason. Trust me, It's real vulgar. Unless your a huge fan of Neo-Prog, do not buy this album.
let prog reign | 2/5 |

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