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Cirrus Bay



3.60 | 66 ratings

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4 stars This is great suprise.

I've been playing this record for the last few weeks, as a warm up to their new album. The music reminds me of 70's symphonic rock. I find it weird that their music is in the neo-prog section. It doesn't sound as Marillion or Saga or IQ at all.

The music is pastoral and has lots of acoustic moments. Also the female vocals remind me of Renaissance. This is a very good album, although the female vocals are not the best I've heard. It's nowhere near Heart or Renaissance.

As said, the music is very 70's. The production aswell. The guitar is very Steve Howe. The keyboards very Rick Wakeman and the vocals remind of Renaissance. Well that's what this band sound like. The follow up is a better, because the vocals are better

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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