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Transatlantic - SMPT:e (The Roine Stolt Mixes) CD (album) cover




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4.45 | 87 ratings

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5 stars this album is absolutely stunning.....its starts off with the epic all of the above...this is one of the best pieces of pro music you will evr here.....the meldies for both vocaland instruments are incredibly memorable, the musicianship is pehnominal....its got all the ingredients.....but the most important thing it has is can tell they arent just trying to mimick their heroes....they pay tribute to the bands of the 70's genesis, yes, rush, pink floyd but while stayin gtire to who they are and what they are all about......we all need some light is a beautiful neal balllad, mystery train is just a very catchy beatles sorta song but still very prog and interesting, my new world is a stolt creation....epic memorable and beautful through and through...the solos and jamming are so memorable...when they solo they arent just showingoff they have such passion and spirit in their solos!!!....the last track is very good as well, but for me the most avoidable....its really just a cover, but they do and awesome version of procal harum....better than the original!!!.- this version of smpt:e is even better cause it has a more interesting feel and roine's guitar is more up front!!
EVE123 | 5/5 |


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