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3.44 | 139 ratings

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4 stars My impressions of this album, having previously immersed myself into the band's debut album, "Future Legends," is that this one is much more focused, more mature, more polished, much more evenly recorded, more band-like, and, yes, more GENESIS-like. It is also very happy, upbeat. (It's like to know what they were taking during this era of their composing/recording). Liking the folk medieval side of GENESIS and ANTHONY PHILLIPS, this album works much better for me than "Future Legends." Start to finish, this is just one notch better--and just under "Trespass" or "Geese and the Ghost." I am so happy to have this in my collection! IMHO, this is a really solid album with a very special feel to it. I would highly recommend this to any lover of HARMONIUM's "Si on avait besoin d'une cinquieme saison" or Ant's "Geese."
BrufordFreak | 4/5 |


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