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LE VOYAGE DE L'ENFANT LUNE

Unisphere

 

Neo-Prog

3.06 | 8 ratings

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pots
3 stars Another prog band from Quebec and they have potential.The music is a mix of Camel and maybe early Pink Floyd.The singning is in french and that"s the weak part of the album (not because it"s in french) because the voice is always on the same tone songs after songs and it"s very depressing.But all the songs are long (10-12-16-23 MIN) except a little ballad of 4 min who was done especially for the radio(I think).So in the longer songs there is about 3 or 4 min of singning and most of the time it's at the beginning but the rest is instrumental of very good quality (Gilmore-Rothery guitar) and one passage in the middle of (la femme sandwich) is a great Genesis sound that Bank and Hackett would be proud of.I give 3 stars for that album because of the singner but it is a good investment for your cd collection because of the instrumental parts POTS
pots | 3/5 |

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