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THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS

Spock's Beard

 

Symphonic Prog

3.75 | 372 ratings

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Progdrummer05
5 stars My second purchase of Spock's Beard and this would probably be my third favorite album (V is second and of course snow is first lol) This album is just absolutely amazing and it makes me wonder why most people don't like i love this album. It has the same potential as most Spock's Beard albums do great vocal harmonies, tight bass, awesome drum fills, Blazing guitar solo from mr. morse and awesome keyboard duet from morse and okumoto inc... The highlight's for me of course all three epics because we all know neal morse is the master of the epics. Its hard for me to choose which three are better HARM'S WAY is great with awesome keyboard rhythm and that amazing drum solo. THE FLOW is one of my favorite epics by the beard with just about everything a progger could ask for I like THE GOOD DON'T LAST but i'm just not sure if its my favorite. but don't let the shorter songs fool you each and everyone of them are a great rocker. My favorite short tracks of this album is of course the heavy MOUTH OF MADNESS and the beautiful JUNE. If your a huge SPOCK'S BEARD fan and love the neal morse era this is the album for you but hey if your starting out give this cd a try its sooooo worth it. 5 Stars
Progdrummer05 | 5/5 |

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