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Emerson Lake & Palmer


Symphonic Prog

4.13 | 1581 ratings

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5 stars What really shows the awesomeness of a band who creates a masterpiece, it's a great new album.

Sometimes you listen to a wonderful album and you wonder if the next release will sounds like heaven too. Symphony X's masterpiece The Odyssey was followed by Paradise Lost, and it was amazing. But sometimes, some band makes some album, a real awesome album, but can't follow the same skills at the next release. Trilogy is another masterpiece from ELP, right after Tarkus (which is the best album of all times IMO, musically speaking). Trilogy begins at some kind of "Pictures at an exhibition" aura, but trying to focus in their own songwriting way. Keith's free solos always takes the listener to another state of mind. I could say that I love every track here, even some tracks that I spend some time listening carefully to start to aprecciate. ELP is awesome and nothing could beat them at this stage. My favorite track from this album is Living Sin.

Once again, no boring tracks. They ARE a masterpiece.

VOTOMS | 5/5 |


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