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Eclectic Prog

3.76 | 256 ratings

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4 stars As much as I like Bruford and Holdsworth, I've always thought this album with the 3-man lineup was superior. Tighter, harder, more confident, and better production. This is "commercial" prog at its best. No cheese, no sellout a la Asia or GTR. Too bad Wetton and Jobson grew to hate each other, and apparently refuse to work together anymore.

Great keyboards, powerful vocals, strong melodies. "Carrying No Cross" is a classic epic, not to be overlooked in the prog canon. This band was a bit ahead of its time; if they had come along 5 years later, they might've made it. But they came out during punk and disco and fell by the wayside. By the mid-to-late 80s, Rush and others were doing this kind of stuff and making millions. One of the great sleeper bands of the prog genre, and this is their best album.

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