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Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 147 ratings

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3 stars Very nice symphonic progrock, wich can also be categorized as symphonic spacerock. Some of the music even reminds me a bit of Tangerine Dream.

The music and instrumentation sound a bit tame, not very adventurous. But on the other hand is really atmosferic. I guess this album is more on the easy-listening side of symphonic rock and spacerock, with a small glimpse of what progrock will sound like in the eighties (Pendragon, IQ, Marillion).

I like it, but I can understand that other won't. So this album is far from essential, although is definately is a very okay album with a pleasant sound and before I forget: some very nice flute-playing.

Kingsnake | 3/5 |


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