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Babe Ruth


Heavy Prog

2.45 | 23 ratings

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2 stars BABE RUTH "Stealin' Home" is (in my humble opinion) an album which only figures in P A pages, because make part of band discography, due the music in "Stealin' Home" is far from something in terms of progressive-rock... in fact is only a reasonable hard-rock album. In attempt do not be so rigid, I can mention very brief moments in whole album, which seems close of progressive music, in the track 4 "Two Thousand Sunsets" a ballad where the progressive impression is more made by the strings arrangements and not by the band execution, the track 8 "Caught At The Plate" a type of dialogue between the electric-piano and the synthesizer. I don't consider this 2 moments enough to recommend this disk for none prog fan. My Rate is only 2 stars !!!
maryes | 2/5 |


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