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Symphonic Prog

3.10 | 17 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Oh damn, here it is - I am reviewing album I have no idea what to think of. OK, what's god Milk and weed in common ? Nothing, that's what makes it so funny. Just like tunes of this album, dozen of various genres mixed together in a more or less working fashion. Let's name it - jazzy parts, check. Symphonic parts - barely present, but OK. New age, synth pop and other Crossover Prog delicatesen - all aboard. And of course, many more, which I can't imagine at the moment, or are simply too well hidden. All those combined makes a very weird bunch of sounds, but let's face it - this is what some thought schools of Prog are about - just where are the limits of Prog listener, right ?

Anything else other than 3 stars would be out of place here - the music works, somehow, barely, perfectly at other times. Poetry great, but too scarce, songs, even this few of them - uneven. So again - this album is obscure, which makes it obscure, right ?

Madness personified.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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