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4.08 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Into the Past (6:52)
2. Enslavement (7:58)
3. Pleading (1:39)
4. Plagues (15:31)
5. Escape (6:54)
6. Pharao's Revenge (5:30)
7. Wandering (3:10)
8. Is There Anybody Out There? (2:51)
9. The Golden Calf (2:47)
10. Commandments (4:18)
11. Canaan (12:37)
12. Avadim Hayinu (1:36)

Total time 71:43

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert McClung / guitars, bass, violin, mandolin, ukulele, balalaika, keyboards, piano, flute, programming, percussion, voice
- Hoi Yan Joyce Pang / violin
- Tim Nunes / violin
- Adam Nunes / cello
- Mattan Klein / flute
- Alix Victorin / keyboards
- Rob Harvie / didgeridoo
- Isaiah Freeman IV / vocals
- Bat-ya Yehya / vocals
- Laura Sanscartier / vocals
- Tom Doyle / vocals
- Bruce Gatchell / vocals
- Sandi Clark / voice
- Spencer Gregory / voice
- Peter Kelley / voice
- Jane Button / voice

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TELERGY The Exodus ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(71%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars US project TELERGY is the creative vehicle for composer and instrumentalist Robert McClung, which he utilizes to musically conceptualize important stories within a progressive rock context, enlisting the aid of additional musicians as needed and when available. "The Exodus" is the first of these productions, and was self-released in 2011.

"The Exodus" is a fairly challenging, refined and varied run through one of the central parts of the Old Testament and Jewish history, a story told with music and cinematic effects within a contextual story framework briefly but effectively played out as a theatrical feature. The album features gentler acoustic pieces and instances of purebred progressive rock alongside progressive metal, and warrants a check by those with a relatively broad taste in music, who are fond of conceptual creations and don't mind a setting where religious names and historical events are explored.

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