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Magenta

 

Neo-Prog

4.08 | 342 ratings

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TechnicallySpeaking
5 stars What can I say! I had the pleasure of seeing this band play live at the North East Art Rock Festival in 2007. Seven had been recently released, so the set list included a lot of songs from this album. Magenta was one of my favorite performances of that year.

I was recently listening to this record, and realized that I never reviewed it on ProgArchives, so felt compelled to do it tonight. While the lyrics of the songs do not really fit the theme of the seven sins, there are some interconnects, and each song definitely has its own charm. Of course Gluttony is the big-long epic and very enjoyable, but Sloth is probably the best song (my favorite) from the album.

I am not going to go through the process of reviewing every song in detail with this late review, but instead will tell you that if you are a progressive rock fan, this is a must-listen record and an essential addition to your collection.

I would be happy to see this album have a resurgence and would really like to see this band play in the US again at some point.

TechnicallySpeaking | 5/5 |

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