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A Triggering Myth


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.48 | 19 ratings

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3 stars The debut album from a band whose Forgiving Eden album made me purchase their other albums too.

Listed as a fusion band, their debut album is more fusion than the label fusion is intended to be. This album is a fusion between rio, symphonic prog, eclectic prog and jazz. I am sure there is also other elements here I have forgotten. I think eclectic or crossover best describes this album.

The music is big and grandious. It is suffering from delusion grandeur, is a psycho analytical tool can be used on this album. A label often used on myself, btw.

The album strikes out boldly, but misses flight pretty early on and is seeking mother earth pretty early. Not a textbook landing, it has to be said. But this album is still a good fusion album which has a lot of excellent ideas, but not enough good melodies to carry them out. This is a debut album and a very typical debut album too. It says "we have arrived" and this band most certainly have. I am really looking forward to listen to their other albums too.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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