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Symphonic Prog

3.53 | 39 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Oh, now we're talking about rarity. Story of getting this album is complicated and involves least one bearded, one eyed man who brew beer, rides a cart with a horse and likes rock music, which also means prog.

Quality is not clean, but what do you expect from such medium. Quality of my copy is disputable, but hell, that's how I bought and it seems good enough. Anyway, who really knows, I don't for sure in this case. Never mind it. I've heard worse music before, far worse and gave it quite fair rating, because it was something. It has something to offer. And some new, extremely polished and clean music that has nothing to offer, oh, how my heart is sad because of this. Because this record has soul & heart. I've said it once already and will repeat it now too, names of band members are strange in something. Like music.

Organs and vocals are two main elements here. I'm tempted to give better rating just because its history, the atmosphere here, knowing that it's not normal album, but rather special one, feeling that it was tough birth (and hard time getting this)

4(-), maybe more. I don't expect to lesser it, because these tunes has magic inside. They're therefore magical, enchanted and full of spells. Nope, let's stick with magic ("it's a kind of...")

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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