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RELAYER

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.37 | 3002 ratings

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sytim
5 stars This was really brave after the panning that "Tales" got. I loved "Tales" but this was really something else. Was it ahead of its time? Yeah, maybe. Steve Howe's spikey guitar work is extroadinary on this album...it is so raw in places. There is some awesome bass work from Squire on "Gates of Delirium" too. I really like "To be over" but my initial feeling was it was out of place on the end. All credit to them for sticking to their own ideas and not being swayed by the critics. I also think Moraz made them sound a bit more futuristic and a bit more jazzy (no offence to Mr Wakeman).
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