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The Tangent


Eclectic Prog

3.75 | 287 ratings

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3 stars I really adored The TANGENT's debut "The Music That Died Alone" and for me this album really picks off right where they left off. With heavy FLOWER KINGS influences, "The World That We Drive Through" is a wonderful album offering some great musicianship and song writing. In contrast to their debut, this album might take a few more listens before the big pull occurs for some. Again this album has been very well recorded and will sounds pretty full on a good hifi system. Roine Stolt's guitar playing is far too cool and this is when I like him best. when he is soloing out !. Jonas Reingold's bass interplay and Zoltan's drumming is tight and as always creative. Andy Tillison takes on a pretty well full lead vocal role and I will say his voice has taken some time for me to fully warm up to but now I appreciate his sharp contrast pressed against the progressive rock wall of sounds the rest of the band emit. "The World That We Drive Through" is made of up 5 longer tracks which are given lots of room to expand and breathe. Man these guys are cool.
loserboy | 3/5 |


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