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No Name / The No Name Experience

 

Neo-Prog

3.93 | 53 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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4 stars Very good neo prog band from Luxemburg. Certainly Marillion influences are evident, but I wouldn't go as far as Scandosh to say they are back. In fact, they sometimes sound to me more like Saga (mainly because of the singer's voice which is very similar to Michael Sandler's. And some keyboards arrangements too). Well, maybe he meant the spirit. No Name does not really sound like a Marillion or a Saga copy. They have their very unique sound, but there is no doubt that this is a very fine album, and although there is nothing really new here, they play with such a joyous abandon that I haven't heard for a long time. Those guys do believe in what they are doing. The songs are inspired and the playing is faultless. Some tunes may be better than others, but you can hear the album with pleasure from beginning to end (another rarety).

Nothing very spectacular, but extremely well done and convincing. If you're into neo prog you can't miss this one. An excelent release from this promising band.

Tarcisio Moura | 4/5 |

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