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Symphonic Prog

3.97 | 41 ratings

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3 stars

This band is inspired by the prog of the 70's, especially the symphonic prog of Yes mainly because of the Steve Howe style of guitar playing. But they have their own style singing in their own language and adding some jazzy parts. They also use plenty of flute passages. The songs are long in duration, allowing the music to display many moods that are not always working. I don't know if the problem was that the band was trying to create the melody with too many ideas, but the result is not as convincing as our favorite bands of the past. There are some more satisfying moments in the epic songs and at the end of the album. The keyboards and guitar playing is impressive, but not when the keyboard player use the same boring short keyboard part too many times throughout the album. For fans of Magenta, Glass Hammer, and Yes for the sound more than the music.3.5 sars

rdtprog | 3/5 |


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