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Asia Minor


Symphonic Prog

3.53 | 107 ratings

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3 stars The debut album from these legends from Turkey.

The influences to this album can be found in the English symph prog scene. Or to be more precise; bands like Camel and Genesis. Into these influences and pretty clean symph prog sound, they have also added a lot of local flavour. That means eastern and arabic influences. But I also finds a lot of Rock Progressivo Italiano on this album. In short, this is the three major influences on this album and fans of Rock Progressivo Italiano will find this album very interesting.

The quality is very good throughout. What is missing is some truly great tracks. But there a lot of very interesting small details here and enough to make this an interesting album. It also makes this an album with a very long life span and I reserve my rights to adjust the rating in some years time.

I am inbetween good and great here so an added .5 will do for me.

3.5 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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