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Tempus Fugit


Symphonic Prog

3.94 | 81 ratings

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5 stars The follow-up to Brazilian TEMPUS FUGIT's 1997 album "Tales from A Forgotten World" is finally here. Their debut concept CD was a professional and interesting release and this is even better. It's very keyboard dominated, mostly instrumental and beautiful symphonic progressive rock with good musicianship and complex compositions. The lack of originality on the debut is almost gone. They're still reminiscent to 70's CAMEL, IQ, MARILLION, PENDRAGON and YES, but now they have gained something that could be called their own sound, or at least they're on their way to it. Perhaps it will more evident on their next release.
Greger | 5/5 |


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