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HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Red Sand

 

Neo-Prog

3.25 | 42 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Red Sand's third album named Human trafficking is a bit of a let down, IMO, I mean they did almost nothing to improve their sound, contrary they fall in some cliches that someimes here sounds very boring. Again only 4 pieces, 2 of them very long considered epics who brings nothing new under the sun and are construncted with elements taken from Marillion and from their previous albums aswell, but in places the atmosphere here is little , I don't know how to call it, is like they are tired to play anymore neo prog, realy. Something is missing on this album, not entirely bad of course, in fact is not a bad album, is less intrsting then the excellent previous release Gentry. Some synthesizer and mellotron are present here, but the album overall is an usual one, the ideas are usual. So, not a single tune is in front, all are at same level, 3 stars is best I can give, good but far from Gentry album.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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