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LIGHT IN EXTENSION

Legend

 

Neo-Prog

2.96 | 11 ratings

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TIM_STEELE
3 stars i have listened to this album and agree with DIPPY in particular when he talks about the robotic drumming and its tendancy to annoy however i would like to point out that their second offering is much more improved with a new rythm section who intergrate with each other nicely.they compliment the music rather than destroy it.LEGEND'S 3rd offering TRIPLE ASPECT is by far their best work to date and a vast improvement on anything they have done prior and raised the bar for anything they would embark on since though they seemed to have dissapeared alltogether which is a crying shame as this band, in my humble opinion, had developed into one of the best prog rock outfits i've ever come accros with their tight, innovative not to mention intriguing and refreshing approach to one of the best genre's in music. it would have been interesting to hear what L.I.E would have sounded like with both MACKLIN and ROUSKI in the studio as i have caught the band live and these two guys between them bring these songs to life and do them the justice the truly deserved when they were origionaly penned.
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