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3.89 | 280 ratings

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2 stars I recognise that I am swimming completely against the tide, here. Current average score would suggest that, in its entirety, this is a piece of musical wizardry that has few equals in the annals of prog history. I just don't see this at all, I'm afraid. The first and third tracks are undoubtedly excellent - with the first track in particular being a stunning piece of work. But tracks 2 and 4 amount to an overlong fanfare of mediocrity - altogether too many jagged edges and discordancy, and simply not enough structure. Of course, maybe that is the idea, and maybe I am missing the magic. But listening to this all the way through was, for me, a labour of Herculean proportions. How this CD rates higher than the quite wondrous War and Sean Filkins is one of the world's great mysteries, as far as I am concerned. But then again, if we all liked exactly the same things, and all shared the same opinions, there would be no need for sites such as this at all.
tbstars1 | 2/5 |


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