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2.91 | 21 ratings

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3 stars If you're a Pendragon fan don't miss this good album, the sound is very similar, with nice atmospheric keys in background, mellow melodies, and some toned down time changed. In some songs you can hear even some RPI influences, for the use of unusual solos instrument in Neo-prog, like violin, sax and pipe flute, although it isn't so brilliant. The production is excellent. The singer has a good voice and sometime remember me the singer of 'Deyss', when he tried to be theatrical. The compositions are simple, but sometime there are some elements of folk and symphonic progressive, like in the first instrumental track and the last track 'the end'. The lack of tension in some songs or excellent solos, is maybe the big problems of this release, and for this reason I'll give just 3 stars.
Aragon | 3/5 |


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