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3.95 | 101 ratings

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5 stars Now, this is much more like it! Whereas Credo's debut album was hampered by weak compositions, an excess of Fish-mimicry and poor production, Rhetoric solves all those problems twice over. The band's sound now resembles a mixture of Twelfth Night and early Pendragon, with just a pinch of influence from Arena and early Marillion plus some ideas which genuinely seem to be the band's own, and the album as a whole is a moving exploration of interpersonal relationships and their end - whether that's divorce, bereavement, or some other separation. It's a real treat for anyone keen on the first-wave neo-prog sound, and Credo more than deserve to step up to the front rank of the subgenre on the strength of it.
Warthur | 5/5 |


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