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Rainbow Theatre


Symphonic Prog

3.64 | 27 ratings

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3 stars This interesting Australian band spices up a formula inspired mainly by early symphonic-era King Crimson by slipping in a range of vocalists and a collection of brass instruments to the lineup, creating an intriguing blend of straightforward symphonic prog, jazzy brass rock, and a little bit of opera. Personally, it's not to my tastes - I think the over-reliance on Mellotrons masks a lack of really compelling material, and I've never seen the appeal of brass rock - but if you have found yourself wishing that symphonic prog involved more horns and a tenor or two this might prove a rewarding listen for you.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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