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Twin Age



3.76 | 45 ratings

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4 stars A decent companion piece to their previous album, Twin Age's Lialim High continues the band's exploration of Genesis-influenced neo-prog with a hint of the distinctive style of IQ. Particular props this time have to go to Carl Johan Kilborn, whose keyboard work is a good evocation of the 1970s sound whilst also incorporating a few modern keyboard sounds in more tastefully than many bands have managed to. Whilst I still don't care for the vocals, they seem to be a bit more confident and self-assured than on the previous album, so they're less of an issue this time. If you like neo-prog at all this is a pretty decent pick.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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