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SOMEWHERE BUT YESTERDAY

Citizen Cain

 

Symphonic Prog

4.05 | 121 ratings

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S3ntin3l
5 stars Even after hearing most of the best progressive albums made, I am still impressed with these almost unknown bands. Even knowing almost by heart every songs of Gabriel's Genesis repertoire, this album surprised me. The refreshing melodies, the turnaround rhythmic sections, a great 'Gabriel' voice. One must not think of this as a Genesis replica or imitation, think of it as a sequel. What could Gabriel's Genesis have done if they recorded something similar during the 90's. I prefer to think of it like this. A must for any symphonic prog lover.
S3ntin3l | 5/5 |

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