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Thank You Scientist


Crossover Prog

4.00 | 198 ratings

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5 stars What a great and so underrated debut album! I have been really disappotinted about the year of 2012 so far. The only album that makes me satisfied is surely Banks of Eden, and imho the other Progachives' popular albums, namely English Electric, Echolyn, Weather Systems etc. don't deserve the rating's they have, i mean they seems to be so overrated. So I have been searching for a while to find new albums hopelessly but i finally got this album: Maps of Non-Existent Places. This album has only 28 ratings and 1 review so far. Thus, i didn't notice this album when I was searching the new albums in Progarchives. Instead, it was an advice from a friend of mine from ekşi sözlük. This album is simply classified as crossover prog, but i think it is not so. Imho, it compass both heavy prog, symphonic prog, jazz rock/fusion and even extreme metal, so it is hard to categorize this album, but regardless of this classification stuff, this album is really great, that it is full of with great compositions and melodies. Perhaps it is the best album with Banks of Eden for 2012. I really congratulate this new band for this outstanding debut album.
nostoc | 5/5 |


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