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3.73 | 328 ratings

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5 stars I can't help it, I really like this album/CD. Excellent prog rock, even with the shorter pieces. Sure, it has a slight "pop" sound, but what's wrong with trying to make a little (danger) money with your music? These guys did a great job balancing their art. This album came out in 1979, yet I can listen to it today and enjoy it just as much as the first time. How many albums can you say that about? Not dated at all, and all the string/violin work adds a freshness to the prog rock feel along with the keyboards. Much like Jean Luc Ponty did for jazz fusion, Eddie Jobson does for UK. Bozzio does an admirable job replacing the outstanding Bruford. If you like prog rock, ala ELP, Triumvirat, Nice, King Crimson, etc... get this CD now!
OldSchoolProg | 5/5 |


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