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VOICES BEYOND MY CURTAIN

Tale Cue

 

Neo-Prog

3.39 | 36 ratings

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Fishy
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4 stars Tale Cue was a progressive rock band in the early Marillion vein. A pity the band didn't release a second album this is their only one from 1992. Very beautiful, melancholic, mysterious sounding album full of epic tracks. You can feel the dark clouds and woods which are mentioned in the lyrics come alive by the atmospheric keyboard parts. The tracks are well structured and the melodies are awesome. Some parts are calm and dreamy but the tension is building up, real slowly to a dramatic climax. Too bad the Italian (female)singer had such a terrible accent. The guitar parts (Steve Rothery meets Steve Howe) throughout the whole album are absolutely stunning and the main reason why should get this one. There's not a weak track here but highlights include "The Knel" and "Pale light of the morning. lRecommended for those who like Marillion's first album and Twelfth Night with Geoff Mann.
Fishy | 4/5 |

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