Millenium - Vocanda CD (album) cover





4.00 | 43 ratings

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4 stars This is the first album I've heard by Millenium, and I think it more than qualifies them to take a place in the front rank of the Polish neo-prog scene. Like their predecessors on that scene such as Collage, the influence of Marillion (and, to a lesser extent, Pendragon) is a big factor in the music, but Millenium are able to put an interesting twist on the same old neo-prog sound by calling on more influence from Pink Floyd than is typical in this particular corner of prog.

The concept of the album - a cynical lawyer gets in a car crash and enters a coma, during which he has visions of himself on trial to assess whether he's wasted his life - is interesting enough to hold the listener's interest, and the musical backing is more than strong enough to back it up, so on the whole this seems to be a very good place to start exploring this band's music - I'm certainly keen to hear more from them.

Warthur | 4/5 |


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