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Symphonic Prog

2.43 | 1177 ratings

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3 stars Genesis is a good example of how to distance sound. The group has been involved in sound for decades before this release.

The songs are professionally recorded and first heard the group when my brother bought their album/cassette. upon its release date. Later of course was a large commercial success to compliment this reflection.

The groups name is beyond time even Sega has a console system named Genesis, the band has to be considered essential? The video released for their song is nothing short of award winning though and was televised in the mainland many occasions.

The commercial success is the only problem when reviewing in the progressive genre. There earlier work was much more unpolished in the English or island distance.

England is trying very hard to be the most recognizable island in the world, but I cannot give them any credit, they are a working perversion. The artists in England are far the most arrogant since they are trying to be the most friendly--USA also..

There is not a wonder to how so much island influence comes to America, the nearest mainland is the USA and so what about the mainland and common sense.

Genesis was overplayed is the problem. Some people like the overplayed mentality and England produces and provides plenty of overplayed groups this one no exception. this is not mainland progressive music and once more Island progressive arrangements based on performance and entertainment.

thewickedfall | 3/5 |


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