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Twin Age



3.78 | 50 ratings

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4 stars This is an excellent, solid, symphonic prog album, with melodic guitar backed by a lush keyboard sound. At times, I find that Twin Age sound a little like Pendragon, but they have their own style. It is an enjoyable listen fron the symphonic opening of the superb 'Twelve Feet Tall' to the fine closing instrumental. The two long tracks are excellent examples of symphonic prog epics with changes of mood and tempo. The vocals are strained and a bit tuneless at times but the vocal lines are often melodic, and beautifully backed by guitar and keyboards.

Don't expect anything original here, but the quality is high. Finally, I've often been bewildered by prog lyrics, but these take the prize! I haven't the foggiest clue what they are about! Still, the music is good!

dmwilkie | 4/5 |


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