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4.08 | 87 ratings

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2 stars This album is not for everyone, definitely not for oldschool prog fans. I've seen quite a bit written about this album where poeple say they delve into lots of different genres. I don't really think they do, most of the elements that appear to come from other styles are used in quite a gimmicky manner and hardly measure up to the real deal. Speaking of gimmicks - the vocals, man they are awful, the lyrics are incredibly shallow and juvenile and the vocal delivery is cheesy as hell.

This album is to prog what ska is to hardcore punk, fruity, silly, naive, upbeat and with no idea of how to party. If that's your thing then you might enjoy, seasoned prog fans should approach with caution.

FruMp | 2/5 |


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