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Eclectic Prog

3.61 | 9 ratings

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4 stars I got this disc some ten years ago.After first listen it left me completely unmoved,but after few spins it grew on me.IT is a project of two American musicians,Scott Munson and Todd Freeman and although I have never heard of them before (or after for that matter) I got to admit this music sound so fresh and complete,and yes,so seventies.It's a mix of classic seventies symph-prog and psychedelia,with excellent production values and top-notch instrumentation.For some reason it doesn't sound american to me at all,it has more of a european feel.Songs are all connected and whole thing looks like one continuous musical piece.Album is actually compiled from songs made through the span of ten years and represent a good example of resurgence of prog music during early nineties.Order through chaos comes highly recommended to all interested in early nineties prog.
ljubaspriest | 4/5 |


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