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Anyone's Daughter


Symphonic Prog

3.27 | 97 ratings

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2 stars Showing a greater Genesis influence than previous Anyone's Daughter albums, this should have been a return to the high standards of their debut, Adonis, after the rather middling self- titled album. However, the flow of the album is ruined by the narration, which pops in periodically and severely disrupts the flow of the album. The narration is in German, but like Mellotron Storm I'd find it just as disruptive if it were in English; it's delivered in a calm monotone which is persistent enough to make it impossible to ignore. And unfortunately, because of the way the tracks flow together I've found it impossible to program a playlist which skips the tracks with narration without causing jarring discontinuities in the music. In short, this is an album which had potential but has severe issues with its implementation.
Warthur | 2/5 |


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