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Crossover Prog

3.86 | 144 ratings

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5 stars Amazing! The next big shot of the band after 'The Security Of Illusion' and the recover after the dissapointment album and comercial bussiness called 'Steel Umbrellas'. I've ever thought that 'Steel Umbrellas' was made to get enough time & money to make 'Generation 13'. This is no doubt the biggest effort of the band ever. The concept of the album is about a book by Neil Howe called "The 13th Gen" and the album works very well around it. It never gets you bored in any point. And all band members are in the top of their performance as composier and as players. All of this men shine constant and simultaneously here. The first mid of the album is more pop-rock, is the most "commercial" part but this is an excellent work. And the second part is more symphonic-rock, more orchestrations, and keyboard arrangements and too much more guitar... But all this guys were brillant here. MUSICALLY, THEIR BEST WORK EVER!!
porcupine_boy | 5/5 |


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