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THE DREAMS OF MEN

Pallas

 

Neo-Prog

3.99 | 267 ratings

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Progrussia
4 stars Pallas is sometimes credited along with Marillion, etc, with the British neo-prog revival in the 80s, although its work of any relevance today is probably from the 2000s. While being typical neo-prog in many respects - the penchant for the dramatic, celestial crescendos and world-weary themes - Pallas is the one that leaves its music breathe, bringing them closer to Pink Floyd side of the neo-prog, equation, with an occasional angry edge. The Dreams of Men is their best work. It starts with perhaps Pallas' three best songs, the celestial Bringer of Dreams, the rockier-in-parts Warriors with its great uo-tempo heavy opening riff and great subject matter, and the tragic ballad Ghostdancers about the plight of the American Indian, with a wonderful teary fiddle part. Overall, though, Pallas is less somewhat accessible than some of its peers, such as Marillion or Pendragon.
Progrussia | 4/5 |

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