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3.63 | 41 ratings

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3 stars Strictly speaking, Scarab and Ageness are different bands, but since the subsequent's group career has entirely eclipsed its predecessor this rerelease of old Scarab material (their self- titled album plus some live tracks) comes under the Ageness name. It's decent but forgettable neo-prog stuff with weak vocals and a lack of standout tracks. There's a few quite pretty acoustic sections but otherwise the tracks rather run together, and by the time you finish listening to the album you'll have already forgotten what the first track sounded like. As others have pointed out, there's a lot of Kansas and Saga influence here, so it might be a bit more worthwhile if you're a big fan of those bands.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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