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2.04 | 46 ratings

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3 stars mmm low rating. Ok it's not a masterpiece for sure...but there are good ideas here that can't be ignored. This album is 100 % accessible with catchy melodies, nice chorus, and instrumental songs, but also nice keyboards solos, the style remember me some single from Pendragon, and it's a blend of new wave and simple neo progressive. There are weak moments like the instrumental composition and the new wave song "Turning night in the day", poorly arranged. Than what does remain of good of this album? The last track "At king" is a good piece of progressive rock long structured, with beautiful guitar and keyboards passage and solos, and "after and after" is good too with a memorable chorus. 3 poor stars, recommended just to lovers of '80 era.
Aragon | 3/5 |


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