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Tale Cue



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The Prognaut
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5 stars The affluent of female voices within prog bands is a known fact. Enticingly Laura BASLA, in spite of the rare English language pronunciation whatsoever; entwines perfectly all the way, from start to end, with the pure and unique essence of this album. "Prisoner of Cutting Light" is the perfect pretext for Laura to expose herself and her gifts of the "whys" she became TALE CUE's lead singer. Eventhough it was their only work, exquisitely performed by top class musicians such as their guest flutist Lisa de RENZIO in "Pale Light of the Morning" by the way; TALE CUE leaves a legacy that will be remembered during the years to come. "Voices Beyond My Curtain" also links that lost part of the nineties regarding the neo progressive scene, to the brand new century "to be" styles, making it all have perfect sense since it's a matter of perspective, not a matter of how many albums an underrated band like TALE CUE released. It is definitely the quality, not the quantity. Hardly to overlook, this Italian band will definitely blow your mind away. A musthave piece of art for those devoted italo-prog fans out there.
The Prognaut | 5/5 |


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