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Symphonic Prog

4.02 | 634 ratings

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3 stars A return more than welcome to the good phase, "Rajaz" is considered by many as the best album of Came since 70´s years.And ican see why Although that so far "Nude" and "Rain Dances" have been the only album the band's 1977-1996 period, I venture to say that "Rajaz" surpasses all the albums of that period.

The opening track "Three Wishes" is an instrumental with spacey touches (Camel has always flirted with this sub-genre), before growing magnificently.Others Highlights include "Lost and Found"and the title-track.I thing which I must regret is the absence of Latimer's flute,but this will be offset in the next album, "A nod and a wink, " Another thing is that sometimes the sound is "cold " too.

3 stars

voliveira | 3/5 |


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