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Abel Ganz



2.97 | 62 ratings

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3 stars The third album from these Glaswegians.

Abel Ganz were always bubbling under the surface without really getting the commercial breakthrough the likes of Marillion, Pendragon, Pallas and Arena got. They were on the Neo Prog's B-list at best.

This album is a good explanation on their situation. One great song, the title track, and some other good songs. The sound is great. Ditto for the musicianship. The band draws a lot from both Genesis, other Neo-Prog bands and the AOR scene. The songs are well crafted..........

...... but the little xtra, the x-factor is missing. Most of all; the truly good songs is missing. Their music is songs based and when there is no great songs, with the exception of the title track, the album is not a great album too.

A creditable effort, but nothing more.

3.25 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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