Camel - Nude CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.60 | 560 ratings

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3 stars 2.8/5.0 At the time of writing this review, this album has a higher rating than Camel's first album. This is a shame, as this is not even comparable to the 1973 album. Nude is not a bad album; a pretty good one in comparison to what others were doing in the 80s. But who said the 80s were a progressive music glory age? Sorry, but doing better than others does not mean doing great. 'Nude' is a good concept album with a good story, good lyrics, good keyboards, good melodies, good climax, good rhythm. Yes, this is a "good" album, but there is not any really great peak like on The Snow Goose, Moonmadness, or even Rain Dances. A pretty solid album from a great band, worth listening to, but nothing to bang your head on the wall in ecstasy! 2.8/5.0
belz | 3/5 |


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