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Spock's Beard


Symphonic Prog

4.11 | 503 ratings

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VintageST (Guy)
5 stars Wow, the year has only just begun and here we have already one of the best albums. Spock's Beard are back and this is probably their best album ! The sound quality is amazing and the quality and accessibility of the songs is perfectly balanced. "Something Very Strange" is almost something of a true hit. The eloquence and natural flow of the songs is better than ever. Ted Leonard is the right choice as a lead singer. The guitar soloing of Alan Morse is better than ever, Jimmy Keegan is a fantastic drummer and I have always been a great fan of the solid but clear bass sound by Dave Meros. Liked a lot the mellotron passages by Tyo Okumoto ! After "Waiting For Me" I was very dissappointed that the album was already finished. Had to play it over and over again !! Yes, 2013 has only just begun !! Guy.
VintageST (Guy) | 5/5 |


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