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Spock's Beard


Symphonic Prog

3.35 | 324 ratings

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I expected more from the eponymous album from Spock's Beard.Bom in some parts, but also dissapointing.Definitely is something that had potential, but so far the weakest album I ever heard.

The best moments here belong to the first two tracks, "On a perfect day" and "Skeletons at the feast" and the epic multi-part "As Far As The Mind Can See, "which is definitely one of the best songs of the band, even though sometimes is somewhat irregularly.The rest is average or bad, but I do not attention as these songs.

5 stars: On a perfect day, Skeletons at the feast, As far the mind can see pt.1: Dreaming In The Age Of Answers, As far the mind can see pt. 2: Here's the man

4 star: Slow crash landing man, Rearranged

3 stars: With your kiss, Sometimes They Stay, Sometimes They Go, Wherever you stand, Hereafter, As far the mind can see pt.3: They know we know, As far the mind can see pt. 4: Stream of unconsciouness

1 star: Is This Love, All that's left

Average: 3.49

3 stars

voliveira | 3/5 |


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