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Progres 2


Eclectic Prog

3.91 | 3 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars First song, Sunshine of Your Life is well known song by Cream, so it's not original music, but performance here can be, only difference are quite grumpy vocals (remember singer from "Planeta Hieronyma Bosche?"). As a collection of their best things, it is perfect. Captures their best songs very well. Some songs (Čím je svět můj) even sounds like any other of these foreign bands that I rated with 5-star. One important thing, it's collection of live materials. It's whirlwind of first-class prog rock and again, I'm left with no other option than to give perfect rating again.

5(-), because of these covers. I know, they're played by masters, so it's good, but still, there are 3 covers. But variety of songs presented here is so wide that I'm impressed. Indeed, some albums I don't remember so well, great mentioning of these forgotten hits. I hope for more fame for this group, but it's hard thing. Maybe this album can help.

Simply (famous nutshell paragraph), it's collection of their best songs. Not hits, just samples of various types of prog rock that they went through in their career. And not only that these songs are perfect, you can expect same quality on respective studio albums too. That's so great about it.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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