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TIME-LINE

Renaissance

 

Symphonic Prog

1.65 | 80 ratings

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dwolfman
1 stars This is the release where Renaissance hit bottom. They hit the slippy slope down with the previous release, 'Camera, Camera', but that album at least had some ties to the classic Renaissance sound and some outstanding vocal performances. 'Time-Line' is filled with lots of throw away new-waveish synthy pop ditties. The release was obviously heavily influenced by bass player Jon Camp and even a stellar vocalist like Annie Haslam could not pull the plane out of the nose dive that Renaissance had become. Really, there are no strong tracks here and only a few decent ones (Flight, Majik). The only song that remote sounded like Renaissance was 'Distant Horizons', and then only barely. It was hard to believe that a band with as much talent as Renaissance could produce a release this bad...
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