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TOUCHSTONES

Subsignal

 

Neo-Prog

3.87 | 174 ratings

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BrufordFreak
3 stars Good, polished "second-tier" prog rock. Nothing more nothing less. Nothing new; all sounding so very familiar. Certainly nothing to write home about--unless heavy neo-prog is your thing. For me, it just conjured up many memories of walking down the college dormitory halls back in the 70s: Journey and Styx and Kansas and Foreigner and Pablo Cruise and Boston and all blaring out of the successive rooms (especially in the men's dorms). Like those hallways, these songs seem to bleed and, eventually, blend into one another, until finally the brain and ears are ringing with one chaotic cacophony of stadium-friendly rock'n'roll. Good, but definitely not essential.
BrufordFreak | 3/5 |

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