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Neal Morse


Symphonic Prog

3.08 | 212 ratings

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1 stars This album is a very big disappointment. I have been a HUGE Neal Morse fan for years, owning every solo album, Spock's Beard album, and Transatlantic album. I think that Neal Morse is an absolute musical genius.

But "Lifeline" is just not a good album.

The only songs worth listening to are the title track, Leviathan, So Many Roads, and Set the Kingdom.

But "Lifeline" and "So Many Roads" are just a regurgitations of ideas that Morse has already explored quite a bit on previous albums.

I'm praying that Neal will get a fresh injection of creativity from his collaboration with the other guys in Transatlantic with the excellent "The Whirlwind" album and tour.

BobVanguard | 1/5 |


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