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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

4.17 | 791 ratings

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5 stars Well this dosen't sound alot like the vein of comtemporary classical music popular for the time period. Also, it was orchestrated by a third party. Still this is undoubtedly one of the greatest albums released... ever. This is a true masterpiece of not only rock but music in general. They took the radio in a whole new direction. The Beatles already had "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" but The Moody Blues not only picked up the ball... they ran it in for a goal. This entire album doaen't have a single bad track on it. You can stick it into the CD player, hit play, and forget while you listen to this gorgeous album. If you like rock... you'll like "Peak Hour". If you like love songs... you'll love "Nights in White Satin". Actually, even if you don;t like love songs you like "Nights in White Satin" it's that good. If you like comtemplative music... you'll like the entire album. As a small child this is one of the first albums I remember and it shaped the way I saw music for my entire life. I just could never get into music without any depth again. I had heard the standard in which I hold artists at that moment. I can't say there are very many albums in this genre that have done that for me. This is absolutely essential to have, that is, if you don't own it already because this album sold alot of copies. Sometimes, over 4 million people truely cannot be wrong. That was how many copies it sold upon it's release. Get this, get it now if you don't have it.
Watcheroftheskies | 5/5 |


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