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3 stars Camel is a band that pretty much every Progger know. Especially their prime time during the 70's. The 80's, for pretty much all Progressive Rock, is another kind of affair.

Stationary Traveller (1984) is their 10th album in 11 years of career, nothing bad I would say.

The album itself isn't that bad, is actually good. If you're able to completely separate this album from their 70's and albums like Mirage (1974).

But one thing bothers me a lot, the vocals. They are dead, not a single drop of emotion on it, in none of all the ten tracks. And that pretty much kills the overall sound in Stationary Traveller (1984).

ProgShine | 3/5 |


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