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Symphonic Prog

3.80 | 132 ratings

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2 stars I started listening to this album with high hopes. What I've learned about Echolyn and even the cover suggested a treat. The music started and all was OK and I kinda liked it but then I found myself thinking of completely different things. I tried to concentrate to the music, and did. Then I started to think why does'nt this touch me at all? And I realized suddendly: this is not very progressive! Then I came to read what other PA reviewers think and many like this. And so do I in some extent. Then I read this: "I've played some of these for non-prog music fans with good results. " written by Dan Bobrowski. And yes! Why should you not get good results because this is indie rock with some distant Blood Sweat and Tears influences. Well I listened on and there came also more progressive parts like the High as Pride but the next one American Vacation Tune is indie again. Good music, between 3 and 4 stars but if you are after prog you'll do better elsewhere, only fans should bother: **.
pirkka | 2/5 |


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