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3.83 | 322 ratings

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1 stars Although Iq are consider one of the greater bands of neoprog, i don't consider much this album. Here there is a totally absence of melody!!! and i can't imagine it's neoprog. Iq should stay totally in symphonic prog, because they aren't so melodic or accessible like the other neoprogressive bands of the '80. The music is complex, maybe much more than Genesis, or Van Der Graf Generator, my adrenaline is litterally down listening this album, i can't save much of it. Only "awake and nervous" has a neoprog approach, but the sound is still '70, raw guitar, not refined sound, ridicolous keys pattern. Recomended only for masochist or lover of obsolete sound!
Aragon | 1/5 |


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