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HALLOWEEN

Pulsar

 

Symphonic Prog

3.90 | 108 ratings

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Warthur
Prog Reviewer
4 stars Pulsar's masterpiece is a sinister symphonic prog epic spanning the full length of the album. Like their preceding albums, there's a space rock flavour to proceedings, but this time around it's shot through with a dark, brooding energy with the occasional outbreaks of loud, pulsing rhythms and uncharacteristically aggressive guitar work for symphonic prog. With synth wizard Jacques Roman clearly drinking from the same well as Klaus Schulze and Tangerine dream at points, rhythm section Victor Bosch and Michel Masson occasionally approaching Zeuhlish territory at their more energetic moments, jack of all trades Roland Richard adding textures here and there and singer-guitarist Gilbert Gandil rocking out like his very soul depends on it, Halloween is a great little album.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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