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Ancient Vision

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Better than expected. Beyond any imagination what I can expect, I started listening this album. I was welcomed by warm and pleasant sound that really helped to improve state of my mind. Indeed, this record is not only accessible, but also full of interesting ideas. It's one of the most important things for me, "to be interesting". This record is, mostly because vast offering of ideas, patterns used and mild melodicity. Even there's electric guitar from time to time, it's nothing big and overall feeling from it is that it's rather calm album. That's good, I can take that, as long as it's not empty shell without life. It is fortunately not. And I always fall for pirates. First Beardfish, now Ancient Vision.

4(-), not legendary classic, more like unknown perfect gem, but worth of its rating.

EDIT: After some time, it's not so interesting. Even as relaxing prog it's more than appropriate, you will have to either overcome (worse case), or enjoy calm/silent parts and find inner structure/harmony of this song.

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