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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

4.10 | 375 ratings

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5 stars I would have to disagree with alot of people here and give this album 5 stars. This album marks a second highpoint in their career. They have taken the experiments in Threshold of a Dream and have crafted them to a science in this record. There is not a bad track on this album. The only mildly boring track would be "I never thought I'd live to be a hundred/million" (Million is the reprive of hundred done later in the album). However it can't be marked down because it is designed as a segue and it is cut short at exactly the right time in both instances. This album flows smoothly as a concept from one song to another and as different time periods flash before us they are properly segued as to notate a change in musical climate. This is the last highpoint in their career they will hit in my opinion. They start a downslide from here and while certain albums do pick up here and there, they do not retain the glory that this album and "Days of Future Passed" attained for them. All of the classic seven are worth getting, but this is the second and last highlight among them.
Watcheroftheskies | 5/5 |


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