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3.94 | 513 ratings

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2 stars Another album from Pendragon. Well I don't understand why so high rated. The style of Pendragon is mellow and melodic, and has changed by their first debut, but while at begin it sound much bombastic and varied, now it sound almost repetitive and bored. The melodies are almost the same from 1 song to another, but you don't realize it soon, because it's enough change the tempo, the guitar riff or some keys passage, that can seems another different composition to the more shallow ears. No like the long and always mellow introduction, over 3-4 minutes where you can listen only dreamy background keyboards and pads with whispered vocals or bland guitar solos. In despite of that i said before there are some good things, like an excellent production, some nice guitar solos, and a perfect cohesion of all the musicians. The vocals is decent, and fit well with the rest of music. Recommended only for Pendragon's fans 2 stars.
Aragon | 2/5 |


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