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[BLOMLJUD]

Moon Safari

 

Symphonic Prog

4.15 | 378 ratings

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desistindo
3 stars Something about Blomljud remmindsme a lot the atmosphere of Grobschnitt´s Rockpommel's Land, wich means that the instrummental parts are very catchy, while the vocals are, well... You know what i mean, vocals are always difficult in prog, but sometimes, like in this case, it would be great listen only instrumental tracks. The difference from Grobschnit is that, here, we have more accurate instrumentalists - the guitar sounds almost like Howe´s. But do not expect heaviness: the hole album flows as a chanson, with few contrasts, wich make the album easy to listen and its very enjoyable, actually. Still, it is a superb album for those who like Symphonic Prog with "sugar": fine compositions, very melodic and Yes´s influenced dynammics. Neo prog fans will enjoy as well, specially because of the arrangements, with clean symphs/keyboards and "blazing" guitars.
desistindo | 3/5 |

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