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POINT OF KNOW RETURN

Kansas

 

Symphonic Prog

4.12 | 506 ratings

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Trouble X
5 stars I love this CD in my own opinion it is every bit as good as Leftoverture and is an epic statement of what progressive rock is all about. Its starts with Point of know return (a catchy hit single) onto the very progressive Paradox then to The spider (a tangely complex short instrumental. He knew comes next (a heavy blues orientated rocker)Closet Chronicles follows (perhaps my favourite ever Kansas song. Lightnings hand is a fun heavy rockin tune and Dust in the wind is perhaps Kansas`s bigest hit single to date. Sparks of the tempest is another regarded classic Kansas song and onto, Nobody`s home (its so magical and beautiful) The CD winds up with Hoplessly human and its a progressive classic. I highly recomend this CD for anyone who wants to get down to the facts of what Kansas is all about.This Cd also contains 2 extra tracks, not included on the original CD. Personaly I see this as definatly classic Kansas and to be honest I would personaly Question in my own mind the loyalty of any so called Kansas fan giving this any less than 5 stars ? considering it was released at a time when punk and disco had all but destroyed progressive rock, with that said progressive is now alive and well and getting stronger thanks to a few bands like Kansas who never gave up, and Cd`s like Point Of Know Return that refused to conform to the (fads) of what was happening back then.

Trouble X | 5/5 |

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