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Red Sand

 

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3.73 | 59 ratings

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Jihnik1958
5 stars Gentry © 2006

Steff-vocals Simon (Richard) Caron-guitars Perry Angelillo-drums Piere Massicotte-keyboards Mathieu Gosselin-bass Many critics consider this progfany drive many weaker than the first-born. I do not agree with them. The disc is slightly different from the Mirror Of Insanity, but it is not less ... it is another. If the first was made in the spirit of Marillion, most notably the influence of Script For A Jesters Tear, then Gentry has close to the Genesis. Memories! Mellotron in the first 18-minute composition. On this disc, a new lead singer Stiff, which also did not take criticism. Of course, his voice is so beautiful, like Hemel. but he takes his emotions! Also on this disc, the new bass guitarist and keyboardist. I do not know what's going on with them, but the change to the composition of the good will not See what sluchilosm with the finest group of Flamborough Head / Again drive a little bit different, it is closer in spirit and in musical terms to Genesis. Apparently, not a small contribution to this new keyboard. All four songs are just super melodic and super slushabelny :) It is I liked this CD Rated 12 out of 12 ©Genesisomania

Jihnik1958 | 5/5 |

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