Camel - Never Let Go CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.43 | 127 ratings

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4 stars I highly recommend this album for anyone who does not want to buy all of Camel's Albums and just wants to hear a general idea of most of Camel's strongest songs during their early- mid career (then I would recommend to buy Rajaz which is for me their best 90s album)

Never Let Go starts the album with a mediocre acoustic song that turns into an energetic section that leaves a good impression. EArthrise from Mirage Follows it and it really rocks! The next songs are the beginning songs of Snow goose which are very nice. Next are 1 track from every following album with Ice being the strongest of the 4. The first disc closes with two decent songs that sound like video game soundtrack.

The second version contains a live version of the album 'stationary traveler' in its entirety. It is a good mellow album (I'll give it 3 stars). So, it is great that you can buy a live album, and get a studio album included. The last song is a better version of the mediocre Lady Fantasy.

My Grade : B-

Zitro | 4/5 |


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