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3.57 | 169 ratings

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3 stars Although I don't consider a masterpiece of progressive rock music, my feeling is very similar to the - SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator- Dan Bobrowsky about DISCIPLINE "Push and Profit", specially when they say "I would place Matthew Parmenter high in the list of those artists keeping progressive rock fresh and alive along with Echolyn, Lands End and IZZ.." In fact the album sounds very fresh and new, nevertheless, I can perceive influences of masters of the prog rock of the 70's... like in the track 2 "The Reasoning Wall" with the same musical construction from Gentle Giant in several aspects, except by a brief passage which starts about 2:45 min in Genesis style (listen the guitar timbre and sustain)... the track 3 "Carmilla" a clearly King Crimsom inspiration. But this album suffers with a defect in their four last tracks, where seems lost their musical "freshness". Due this considerations about the last tracks, my rate is only 3 stars !!!
maryes | 3/5 |


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