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STARFOOTED

Metaphor

 

Neo-Prog

3.64 | 42 ratings

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mharringtin
4 stars These guys started life as a Genesis tribute band but they are way beyond that now. Sure the guitarist stiil sounds a lot like Steve Hackett and they most certainly are old-school prog (as opposed to neo-prog), but that's about as close as they get to Genesis. One of their biggest influences appears to be Gentle Giant and being American, Echolyn is also around. However don't let this fool you into thinking their just a rip-off, because if you do you'll miss some of the most complex, powerful, and original music coming from the American prog scene.Oh, by the way, regarding the first rock band to have a side-long track, it was an L.A.band called Love and it was the title track from their 1966 release "Da Capo."
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