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Tarcisio Moura
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4 stars Well, what an improvment! While I liked Darius debut, A Poetīs Soliloquy, that record was basicly a hard rock album with some few prog touches here and there. Voices From The Crowd is another story completely. They are more progressive than ever, although some hard rock elements are very much present (like the guitar solos), which in the end helps to give them a different and unique personality. I donīt really agree with Gatotīs review: they do have some Marillion influences, but actually less than I expected here and found in dozen of other neo prog bands. I really hope the band gets together again and picks up where they left. Voice From The Crowd takes a little more spins to sink in than the first one (like most prog albums do, anyway), but youīll find yourself enjoying it more and more with each time you hear the CD. All songs are good, with no really highlights and, fortunatly, no downs or fillers either. Highly recommended to any neo prog fan or the gereral good music lovers.
Tarcisio Moura | 4/5 |


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