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THE HUMAN EQUATION

Ayreon

 

Progressive Metal

4.20 | 923 ratings

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nuncjusz
5 stars This album is a bit difficult to get into when you listen it for a first time. There are some catchy instrumental parts, but you don't really have an impression of a masterpiece. But that was the same, when i've first listened to Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" and especially "The Wall". You could think there are too many unnesecary fillers, that makes the album a bit boring at times. But well, one of the main characteristics of progressive music is that some albums require mutliple listenings to appriciate the music. So I've decided to give it a try... And when I was listening it for the third time perhaps, I've really started to like it. Now, after hearing it several times i really love it! I think that it is an ultimate experience with progressive music. You have everything here! Great musicanship, fantastic vocals and emotions! And what a variety of styles! Pink Floyd, Yes, Dream Theater, Jethro Tull, even The Beatles and... Led Zeppelin (one part of "Day Seventeen: Accident?" sounds just like "No Quarter"!). All that can be heard here! I think that everyone can find here at least one track that perfectly suites his musical taste. I highly recommend it to everyone, no matter what kind of music you prefer!
nuncjusz | 5/5 |

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