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Asia Minor


Symphonic Prog

4.21 | 245 ratings

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5 stars A group of Turkey with a turkish accent singer singing in English in 1980, does not seem very attractive. If we add that initially sounds like a good copy of Camel, better let go.

Big mistake! No one should lose these 34 glorious minutes in the history of our beloved progressive path. Between Flesh and Divine is a treasure that deserves to be unearthed.

Some bands have edited hours and hours of music, and do not reach the magnificence of this work impeccable, just over half an hour. I enjoy this cd for 15 years thanks to the reissue of Musea Records, unmissable.

Highlights? Everything, every song, every instrument. Voices not detract from this work, and flutes are outstanding.

sinslice | 5/5 |


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