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PAMPERED MENIAL

Pavlov's Dog

 

Crossover Prog

4.08 | 271 ratings

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ScarRitual
5 stars When at the end of listening to an album you can´t help yourself but to listen to it again and again and again..you know you have a great album. When almost 30 years after discovering said album you realize that you love it as much as you did then, and that you have listened to it on a regular basis ever since, then there´s no doubt you are in the presence of something very rare: a timeless classic! This is an immaculate masterpiece where every song is perfect...memorable, with wonderful musicianship,sublime vocals that defy description (and belief had i not heard live bootlegs from the era), crisp and ahead of it´s time production and exquisite songwriting. This album would fall on the crossover category of Prog because it includes AOR, symphonics, baroque influences, pop balladry, hard-rock and an above average level of complexity in arrangements and composition. It is incredibly sophisticated considering that it was realeased in 1975 and the sound remains up-to-date. I have only one advice: LISTEN TO IT. And if the vocals don´t suit you at first but you like the music, then give it a few more tries...you may just fall in love with the album!
ScarRitual | 5/5 |

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