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Spock's Beard


Symphonic Prog

4.17 | 623 ratings

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5 stars Half of the cuts on this LP are absolutely superb - At the End of the Day, Revelation and the Great Nothing. The rest is just excellent. By far this is the most consistant album ever released by Spock's Beard, in my opinion.

Any of these songs could be used to define symphonic prog. The interplay between the guitars and keyboards is excellent. Morse's lyrics are extremely well written and delivered in great voice. The time changes are well done.

All in all, this is the release that best personifies Spock's Beard, moreso than Snow, in my opinion. This LP is excellent for any person wanting to fill out their prog collection. Five stars, recommended.

wehpanzer | 5/5 |


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