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Crossover Prog

3.52 | 47 ratings

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4 stars Here is one best bands I discovered since the flower kings came around,Is this prog cuz vocal harmonies r top notch.I hear elo ad pink floyd in this male and female is powerhouse,This is there 2nd cd im exposed to letters from utopia was the first.I heard it month ago this one is more prog-pop but man is it good.

Life is good the best song on he cd,The woman just bellows all over this while male singer does backing.Like I said is this prog,Prog is known for music not so much for the vocal harmonies.These guys been round for 30 years,I plan on buying most there catlogue very shortly.As one my new fave bands I discovered since tfk and elo and floyd. Over you is nother song the lady sings good on also,Like the femael vocals cd on this alot.Which is by far like 3-4 she does lead,Rest has male or cross of them sharing backing vs lead.

If i had to describe this bands sound,It be if pink floyd elo had baby this be it.Vocal harmonies r very eloish music is kinda pink floydish,Mixed with some hints of elo it classicaly without string arrangements.anywhere but here nother good song. Overall this cd has some songs that r not lackluster,But it excellent addition to prog collection to hear those good 5-6 songs on the disc it worth picking up.

3.5 out of 5 igave 4 since there is no half stars

scepter | 4/5 |


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