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An Endless Sporadic


Progressive Metal

3.95 | 57 ratings

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5 stars An Endless Sporadic are an amazing instrumental prog duo that does not get the attention it deserves. This is very true, as evidenced by their self-titled album, a masterpiece that has only 17 reviews! This is not prog metal, as progarchives classifies it as, so purist prog fans don't be scared away. This is symphonic prog with heavy jazz influences (but still with hints of metal, most notably in great songs like "Point Of No Return" and "The Triangular Race Through Space").

My favorite songs from the album are "Eternal Bloom", "Treading Water", and "Subliminal Effect". The only (small) faults I find in this masterpiece is the fact it is only 33 minutes long and also that the closing song ("Beyond The Horizon") isn't as much a climax as it should be, although it gets the job done.

An Endless Sporadic is an unbelievable album, and along with The Way Up by Metheny, Liquid Tension Experiment, and Romantic Warrior by Return To Forever, is one of the best prog instrumental albums of all time.

TimeTable1972 | 5/5 |


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