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RAJAZ

Camel

 

Symphonic Prog

4.05 | 592 ratings

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voliveira
3 stars A return more than welcome to the good phase, "Rajaz" is considered by many as the best album of Came since 70īs 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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