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Symphonic Prog

3.82 | 442 ratings

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4 stars ...And thus Wobbler invented botled prog. The band took the dye of all their major influences and soaked the fabric of their music in it. The result is a real game of "spot-the-influence" throughout almost 57 minutes of music you may think you have heard before. "Is that Gentle Giant?", you might ask, quickly changing your mind to King Crimson or ELP. When it's not either, it might be Genesis, Anglagard, Gryphon, Yes or even Pink Floyd, Mike Oldfield and Queensr˙che... Yes, if you're anyone in the prog business, you were probably emulated somewhere in "Hinterland". Far from a masterpiece, somewhat lacking in originality, the album makes such a collage of progressive music than I would not hesitate in presenting it to some absolute stranger to Progressive Rock as a more than suiting introduction, with the certainty that if he enjoyed this album, he would be converted to Prog for life... For that, 4 stars!
Kotro | 4/5 |


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