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IN A STATE OF FLUX

Earth and Fire

 

Symphonic Prog

2.10 | 14 ratings

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gr8dane
2 stars By the time the 80ies had rolled around and 'prog' had become a naughty word,bands were scrambling for directions or simply packing up their gear and calling it a day. Earth and Fire chose to carry on and play a cross between Euro pop and disco light. On this album Chris Koerts one of the founding twin brothers had pulled out,and being replaced by Ton Scherpezeel of Kayak fame. There really are some nice pop tracks on here and of course there are the ones that make you squirm.So about half the songs here are enjoyable indeed.Jerney Kaagman's voice is still sounding fantastic which helps this album considerably. I have no problem with the old prog bands carrying on and trying out lighter fare,like PFM did. I rather have former prog bands doing pop than no band at all. For Earth and Fire completists fer shure.
gr8dane | 2/5 |

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