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2.31 | 11 ratings | 2 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Autumn Monsoon (4:58)
2. Crimson: (7:33)
i) Overture ii) The Deep Blue
3. Dark Room (4:13)
4. Ride It Easy (3:27)
5. The White Shaman (2:41)
6. The Fall Of Rome (5:58)
7. Altar Of The Dragon (4:30)
8. The Hobo, The Dog, & The Moon (5:26)
9. Cry For You (3:47)
10. Fanfare For One World (4:14)
11. The Nightmare (6:15)

Total Time: 67:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Andi Schenck /drums & percussion
- Corey Schenck / keyboards, guitars & backing vocals
- Darrell Masingale / vocals & lead guitar
- Ron Poulsen / bass guitar & backing vocals

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PANGAEA Welcome to the Theatre... ratings distribution

(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(18%)
Good, but non-essential (45%)
Collectors/fans only (27%)
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Review by Prog-jester
2 stars Well, starting reviewing these unreviewed albums I realised why they're unreviewed (mostly). I have almost nothing to say about this one - just look at the rating. It has good but cheesy melodical side and mediocre musicianship. Don't know how it can be prog - it sounds like 70s pop-rock bands like SWEET, SLADE and SMOKIE are trying to play something ARTish (in their opinion). I must confess, PANGAEA conquered me with their melodies and that's why I gave them 2 stars instead of deserved 1 star. Neo- Prog? Nope. Prog-Related? Maybe...but even TEN has much more Prog to offer.

Wow, I have more than 50 words about this one! A personal record I guess ;-) .To finish with, I wouldn't recommend this one to you, but you can try if you're not the Hard- Rock/Pomp-Pop-Rock hater.

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2 stars The third album of North-American band PANGAEA "Wellcome to the Theather", shows a strong influence of ASIA first albuns and by consequence of masters of prog rock like YES, E L & Palmer and KING CRIMSON (mainly this two first ) . However, "Wellcome to the Theather" is one album where in spite ... (read more)

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