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ARRIVE ALIVE

Pallas

 

Neo-Prog

3.06 | 48 ratings

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Warthur
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2 stars Like their peers Twelfth Night, Pallas foreshadowed their celebrated studio career with a live release in 1981 (well, mostly live - it's filled out with some studio nuggets). However, Arrive Alive does not set Pallas in as good a light as Live as the Target does for Twelfth Night. Opening with the horrible, AORish Arrive Alive - proof positive that it wasn't just EMI's influence who pushed Pallas into writing garish arena rock nonsense - the album collects a number of interesting early Pallas tracks (Queen of the Deep, in particular, melds the approaches of Rush and Eloy). However, the recording quality of the live tracks is rather poor - the vocals are the only component of the music which really has any space in the mix, and they're rather shoddy vocals at that. One for the serious fans only.
Warthur | 2/5 |

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