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    Posted: April 08 2011 at 23:10
For anyone who enjoyed UK pagan neo prog band Legend's old material (their last album "Triple Aspect", from 1996, seemed to be particularly well received by those who heard it), a new album has at last been released called  "Cardinal Points". To me it's not quite as 'instant' as Triple Aspect, having longer tracks with a "darker" overall feel to them, and features a changed line up, but it certainly grows on you after a few listens. It's out in digital format now, with the CD set to follow in a couple of weeks. See the band's main entry on this site for more info and my own thoughts on the album.
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Even though I had already pre-ordered the CD a while ago, I couldn't wait and downloaded the four tracks after having read the excellent review by progrockfreak. 

My own review will come shortly, but I can tell you already now that it will be another positive one. Legend has done it again! Clap
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