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DICE

Dice

 

Eclectic Prog

3.34 | 53 ratings

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Dan Yaron
3 stars This is indeed a controversial album as said by Lethe. In spite of what has been said, I still consider this a fine album. The first songs does have some poor vocals, but it's a nice song with some fine syntheziers. The second song is instrumental. The third song has a fine vocals, in my opinion,. However, it reminds me a bit of the foolishness that ELP delivers with their cowboys stuff, although it also has some YES elements that saves this song from being a waste of time. The fourth song seems to be a fine progressive rock song that sounds like good progressive rock from the seventies, and it's totally instrumental. The fourth and last song is quite long. It's about 22 minutes length, and it has some good vocals and some weak vocals which are very accented and boring. However, the rest of the band plays beautiful music. Morever, I can give this album only 3 stars due to the vocals that until now aren't really favoured by the reviewers of this website, but don't think that it's a poor album, because it's certainly not. In short, It's a good symphonic prog album from the seventies that suffers from some vocals that could have been omitted and made it a four stars albums.
Dan Yaron | 3/5 |

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