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PSYCHOSOLSTICE

Pinkroom

 

Heavy Prog

4.00 | 92 ratings

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David Saez
5 stars I fell in love. This cd is extremely good quality recording and composing with incredible strength.

We will find influences of PORCUPINE TREE, KING CRIMSON (especially the 80's KC, when Fripp started its work with the school Guitar Craft), PINK FLOYD (in their line more melodic, not psychedelic) and also TOOL, OPETH or UNOMA.

This cd really is a diamond that deserves to have a greater impact it has had so far. For me this is one of the most promising of Central progressive outlook, which normally does not work as modern.

Well, now I am a big fan. At its website you can buy for 6.5 ? plus shipping. I assure you that nobody gives much for so little.

David Saez | 5/5 |

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