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Shane Wallace
5 stars Prog is all about pushing the limits of music and that is exactly what this album does completely. At this time prog was heading down a more digital path and it's great to hear that a band can take it back to what's it all about. This album accomplishes so much (I guess it is a two disc set) but the second half describes exactly why this album is characterized as progressive. A complete concept followed through out in "Fluff's Travels". The first half is even better with a collection of amazing tracks ranging from the fun "Golgi Apparatus" and "Dinner and a Movie" to the more complex "YEM" "David Bowie" and "Divided Sky" The compostions of these last tracks are amazing, weaving through intruments for one grand sound. Achieving emotions unheard of in this time in music. Most listeners are unsure if Phish is seriously classified as a progressive group or a jam assemble. Phish's live shows are Jam, but their studio albums are completely progressive.
Shane Wallace | 5/5 |


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