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THE WORLD THAT WE DRIVE THROUGH

The Tangent

 

Eclectic Prog

3.73 | 179 ratings

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Shelket
5 stars In truth I felt a considerable improvement, perhaps this must that in this disc the participation of the musicians the this best one distributed and less focused to the exaltación of the sounds of the clear past that that there are them so that this band is to the aim of accounts a tribute to the bands of the past, in this occasion Mr. David of GO DER GRAAF GENERATOR leaves the grouping so that a called musician Theo TRAVIS takes his place who the truth does not make me be strange to its predecessor, in general is a disc better than the previous thing that is not to be surprised so that the band knows a little more that at the beginning, that in its beginning an overload for the solista disc was born as of Andy and that I finish being one of the bands multinational of first order, in truth I have not had the opportunity to listen the band of Andy PO90 that it has a connotation but oscurantista in this disc I create shows a little to us that. The music of this disc initiates with an incentive presentation of the new member and an arduous participation in the composition of STOLT, the rythmical one follows directed to usanza of the previous disc where they are possible to be continued listening to the main influences and clear this but the new ones if it is that it is possible to be said thus since sounds to THE FLOWER KINGS in parts of the opening subject this considering that 40% of the group are is they, but thanks to Theo and Andy that is resisted giving like result a fresh sound and renewed, in group this disc altogether enjoys a progressive health that is well-known and a suitable evolution that do of this disc an almost forced work for which them taste the previous work, in subsequent subjects gives a sample us of that evolution in where all the subjects are good and there are stuffed and no subjects like "The Winning Game" and "To Gap In The Night" is of my favorites and that already writes down in the permanent list of my favourites, I hope that those that can listen to it they feel just like I then in truth it is a good work adorned with a final cherry that comes like bond and that sounds to GO DER GRAAF GENERATOR thing that is not without wanting, also very good subject.
Shelket | 5/5 |

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