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5 stars Hearing Neverland one remembers because this band is so good and beyond the norm. The bells of the end conclude the best possible deployment of such energy and emotion. Moreover, the lyrics touch me deep. Paradoxically Marbles enjoyed as an album both diverse and homogeneous, with three key props from the progressive perspective as the aforementioned Neverland, The Invisible Man and captivating Ocean Cloud. In each one continues to discover small gems in its various sections. The four short Marbles I to IV contribute in bringing cohesion. And I want to highlight Drilling Holes, another great contribution to this masterpiece, with just five minutes but well used, with a great work of Hogarth and Rothery. In fact in all the work so, as well as the rest of the group.
sinslice | 5/5 |


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