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LIVE FROM OZ

Planet X

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.68 | 32 ratings

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memowakeman
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3 stars This is one of the Dream Theater´s offshoots, as we know the great keyboardist ex member of Dream Theater Derek Sherinian formed this band. Planet X is a prog metal band, with a symphonic oriented sound with a bit of jazzy passages. I know is not correct to start listenig to a band with a Live album, in this case this was the first Planet X album i ever heard, then i listened to Moon Babies which is much more better than this., of course Moon Babies is a studio album. I have listened to this album 10 times for much, and i think it has great musicianship and good skills, this is another instrumental ban, and it is a good album, but to be honest i didnt enjoy it so much, because i found regular music and nothing new to show, i say that becuase i excpected more from this album, i can assure that it is borign, because it isnt, but of course is not a very good album, maybe i dont know the order of the songs makes it less enjoyable, i dont know, simply i think it is good , but not an excellent addition to any prog music collector.
memowakeman | 3/5 |

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