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Crossover Prog

4.11 | 573 ratings

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4 stars A wonderful recording, although not quite as good, in my opinion, as it's successor TICK TOCK. There are 3 masterpiece songs contained on NIGHT: "Dreams of Stone", "Upside Down", and "Massive Illuison". The other 2 tracks do not interest me as much, although they are still pretty good. I have found that I prefer my Gazpacho less mellow and a little more noisy. "Checkered Light Buildings", and "Valeries Friend" are just a little bit boring. By the way, I have never really found Gazpacho too similar to Marillion as others seem to. I prefer Gazpacho to Hogarth era Marillion by a large amount. Like I said before, I consider TICK TOCK a masterpiece of modern prog, but NIGHT falls a little bit short of that. Still a 4 star rating. I am looking forward to hearing their 2012 release.
mohaveman | 4/5 |


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