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3.40 | 52 ratings

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5 stars The CD contains 5 songs with a total length of over 50 minutes and it is released by the French prog label Musea. This album contains complex structures, concise songs and a great epic, the 26 minute song "Feast Of Fools". In the past the band often was considered like a 'Genesis-clone', but with this album the band shows that this will be in the past, because the band has created it's own sound. Ageness mixes neo-prog's power (like Pallas or the early Pendragon) and complex structures, concise songs and epics (the 26 minutes 'Sequels: Feast of fools'). Concentrating itself on beautiful melodies, the band creates a new progressive music, made of Genesis-like keyboards, a singer between Robert Plant and Fish (no less), a guitar virtuoso. Overall, another prog masterpiece that doesn't put a foot wrong throughout the entire album, will blow you away with every play for years to come. Genesis in the seventies, Marillion in the eighties, Ageness in the nineties!
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