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Anyone's Daughter


Symphonic Prog

4.05 | 216 ratings

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4 stars One of the best symphonic progressive albums to come from Germany. Anyone's Daughter at this stage was heavily influenced by "Dawn/Ocean era" Eloy as well as Camel. Very good performances and excellent songwriting, they show even more interesting musical ideas than fellow band Eloy does. The English vocals by Harald Bareth have a heavy German accent but they work very well with the atmosphere of the album, for example on the epic title track which is the highlight of the album. The epic "Adonis" has some of the best moments of German progressive rock, specially on the instrumental parts. If you're fan of Eloy, you'll enjoy this album but I insist, Anyone's Daughter is more adventurous.
Prosciutto | 4/5 |


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