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THE MUSIC THAT DIED ALONE

The Tangent

 

Eclectic Prog

4.00 | 234 ratings

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Shelket
5 stars This it was first of the projects that I knew my was a dream to listen of that super groups, in where they are united the mind integral of other bands and with that having created a sound that was different from them and simultaneously brilliant, in this case I believe that my intuitions were not so badly directed then this I turn out to be a project in good truth I consider that the obtained result of which serious the first disc in solitaire of Andy I finish being one of the works that but taste in 2003, with which strangely it detests or it believed did many of the people who listen to progressive rock assumes detest, but I believe that of some or another form they yearn for, that is to listen to the styles of the past interpreted of one more a cleaner form or simply a version that is a similar one and until improved of something or done previously, I believe that the people that maintains that the progressive one does not have of being repetitive, but I believe that this work this vindicating a little partly what many bands come doing the weather is or good, speaking more of this work I will say that he is one of the best ones for somebody like I that when it listens to it did not know the good Canterbury partly still I do not know it in very many the more, but that sounds exposed in a smallest summary that they very taste raised and obtained established or of very professional form, in this disc you will find different sound all interpreted from a skillful form and very or obtained, which in a beginning was him project of a single musician, I culminate like the work in which each one of you interpret them puts its personality and the clear image who is is the combination of all of them, the motor of rate and the lírica base, everything in which simply it is not necessary to let pass, the masterful piece of the present and sounds of the past, as additional data I will say that the graphs of this disc are brilliant.
Shelket | 5/5 |

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