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Symphonic Prog

4.07 | 128 ratings

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3 stars Finch's second album, Beyond Expression, is a reasonable counterpart to Glory of the Inner Force, continuing as it does that album's approach of producing symphonic prog from heavy, Mahavishnu Orchestra-influenced instrumental performances. Once again, the band produce a highly technically accomplished album with a level of complexity a cut above what many competitors in the symphonic field were producing at the time. Once again, the sound can best be described as being reminiscent of what might happen if John McLaughlin barged his way into the Emerson, Lake and Palmer lineup and became their lead songwriter. In short, it's more of the same from Finch, and if you liked their debut album you should definitely consider checking this one out.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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