Camel - Dust And Dreams CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.65 | 379 ratings

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2 stars I must admit, i never understood enthusiasm o this album. First side is just a collection of popish songs (good for radio perhaps), which lack energy or beauty. They're quite nice, but far below the possibilities of Camel. Side two is instrumental - a bit of pseud-orchestral music, that sound like film soundtrack - rather mediocre soundtrack. We have here few good moments, good guitar playing, but the whole thing is rater boring. What's more - the whole thing sounds plastic, especially some of orchestrations made on keyboard. The best track is - IMHO - End of the line. It's far worse than such great albums as "Snow-goose" or "Harbour of tears". One of the least interesting Camel albums.
kajetan | 2/5 |


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