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Twin Age



3.85 | 29 ratings

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4 stars Twin Age play a style of neo-prog which to my ears sounds closely related to early IQ - heavily influenced by Genesis, with a guitarist who is able to do a nigh-eerie Steve Hackett impersonation and a keyboardist who is able to masterfully evoke the sounds of classic 70s synthesisers; as with IQ, their music tends towards the darker and more mysterious ends of the Genesis sound, and like IQ they are at their best when they get into a long instrumental section in which the guitar and keyboards can play off against each other. Whilst I can't say their vocalist is up at the level of Peter Nicholls, I think on the whole they've produced a very credible album here and most neo-prog fans will greatly enjoy it - IQ fans in particular.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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