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Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 150 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
3 stars This one is definitely of a more symphonic nature than its predecessor (which was definitely more space rock) but I don't find it superior. Actually the music developped here is of a symphonic prog (Yes and Genesis type of prog), but is hardly essential listening. In many ways, it is possible to make a link with the kind of symphonic-style of rock that Marillion will develop at the start of the next decade. Not meaning this next comment to make a definitive statement, but somehow, if you could see this album as neo-prog "avant la lettre", you might just get a good idea of what this album sounds like.

Pleasant but not indispensable. I think that this band might have been included in this Eurock category if they had made shorter numbers . This type of music should be easily accessible to neo-prog fans along with Isopoda.

Sean Trane | 3/5 |


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