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3 stars At the end of the 80's I heard the album 'Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe'. It made me realise what a waste the 80's had been musically...

having heard (and enjoyed) the last track, 'Carousel', on a demo, I have to say that I'm disappointed by the rest of the tracks.

One of the problems that I have with the eighties, is that musically it's 'Pop' over 'Prog'. And that's how I'd describe 'Lifesigns'. 'Pop' over 'Prog'.

Sadly, the dexterity and complexity afforded to 'Carousel' are not to be found elsewhere in the album. This is a shame, because it shows what the band are truly capable of in the 'Prog' field.

sussexbowler | 3/5 |


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