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THE KEY PART I - THE PROPHECY

Strangers On A Train

 

Neo-Prog

2.93 | 32 ratings

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pirkka
5 stars I love musicality!

Yes, this recosrd is all about musicality. Beautiful melodies and great instrumental skills. The album start out with solo grand piano and immediately you know that this is not another meaningless Rush influenced rock record but something special. I love Pendragon and Arena so it not strange that thios album pleases me. But this is not copy of those musics. No, this is music on its own and the combination of sounds is great. A bit jazzy singer with emotion, beautiful keyboards be it piano, organ or shynts.. and great guitar playing both electric and acoustic. This is wonderfull music from the beginning to the end. Great melodies arranged so that the music is on top all the time. Beautiful!

pirkka | 5/5 |

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