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ECHO & BOO

Pavlov's Dog

 

Crossover Prog

2.38 | 40 ratings

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BigDaddyAEL1964
2 stars So this is the first studio album by Pavlov's Dog in 20 long years... And it's not what we expected.

They try to play mostly acoustic soft rock with prog elements; or more specifically a prog section. The record could be separated in 3/3, with the first and the last being soft rock and the middle being a prog section which reminds me of Jethro Tull's "A Passion Play", but definitely less quality.

I was about to give it 3 stars, but then I was like "Why 3? What's there that you particularly liked? Any special melodies? Any vocal performance? Anything that stands out?" Not really. It's maybe closer to 2,5 stars, but not 3, so I have to go with 2.

If you are a Pavlov's Dog fan give it a try, otherwise you won't miss anything significant.

BigDaddyAEL1964 | 2/5 |

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