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3.16 | 9 ratings

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4 stars The first 4 tracks are from their first cassete back in 1984 : A strange mix between new-wave and prog with a very brilliant (and pompous) instrumental (Elegant methods of parking) lead by the typical sound of the Moog (It reminds me the first Abel Ganz album and also "Market Square Hero")...

The 4 following tracks are from their second (and last) cassette from 1985... The mood here is more like Twellfth Night (Smiling at grief)

The Big Sleep (Nothing in common with the Simple Mind track) and Just breaking away are from their unique single. More new-Wave oriented. Not so bad...

Blood & roses was a song on the "Fire in harmony" compilation (1985)...

When I bought this album 20 years ago, I thought it was quiet awful and little to do with prog... So I have forgot it until now and was suprised by enjoying most of the tracks.

Don't expect raffined music it's rough and it give another point of view on the prog genre...

ProgLine | 4/5 |


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