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Delusion Squared


Crossover Prog

3.86 | 147 ratings

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5 stars The first album from Brittany based Delusion squared emerged in 2010 and impressed immediately on several fronts. It was a deeply involving concept album with a strong sci- fi/ecological theme, pitting the power of Mother nature against the evils of modern technology. The trio's music sounded mysterious and ethereal, recalling nothing less than a female fronted Porcupine tree. All those key ingredients are back for album N°2, which is a sequel to their debut. Divided into four distincts parts, II is endearingly meandering and highly complex. Lorraine Young's rich vocals are counterbalanced by Steve Francis's brutal guitar riffs and Emmanuel de Saint Méen's hypnotic keyboard pulses. A mesmerising record ! With a decent producer Delusion squared could become one of prog's all time greats.
Salignac | 5/5 |


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