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The Reasoning


Crossover Prog

3.27 | 42 ratings

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3 stars Well this is probably their best issue so far (since their year of foundation, 2005), even though this is a Neo-Prog effort in the vein of some recent albums by Fish or also the modern Marillion, but according anyway to a style of their I told you recently that- for instance- Porcupine Tree seem a new edited and "musically-corrected" version of a floydian ensemble, in the same manner T.R. seem a new "reading"- key, regarding the late Neo Prog stuff from the UK. Besides the female vocalist- Maria Owen- is not bad and, in spite of a diverse impact in comparison to a few more "prog psychedelic" bands, which have been always so much influenced by Pink Floyd (or also regarding of a delicate touch used in an alternating strong mood a-la Magenta, here almost definitively lacking), T.R. anyway have been able to trace a personal path. They are creative, not an innovative ensemble of progressive rock, but They have got a great experience in the last years; so- for me- this feature alone could be enough to let us decide to check this "Adverse Camber" out, at least!!

Note: I like to make a special mention for the original imagine of the album cover which, combined with the personality of the musicians, let me think of adding an half star in the final score!!

lor68 | 3/5 |


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