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The Enid


Symphonic Prog

3.69 | 54 ratings

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3 stars Without a question England's ENID are an acquired taste. Although predominantly an instrumental band, this was their first recording to feature vocals. This was another concept album written during and about the world of nuclear weapon and the potential effects and the destruction of the world. The ENID are Robert John Godfrey - keyboards, Stephen Stewart - guitar, Chris North - drums, percussion and Francis Lickerish - bass. The ENID are known for their Symphonic song orientated orchestal music and that is exactly what "Something Wicked This Way Comes" delivers. The vocals and instumentation actually take on a 60's layered feel and seems to blend in complete contrast to the music. Without a question while this album plays to the popular side of music lovers it also will please the more "listening" crowd. A very creative album from start to finish.

loserboy | 3/5 |


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