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THE ALEPH

Alpha III

 

Symphonic Prog

2.17 | 14 ratings

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Greger
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1 stars This is as far as I know ALPHA III's third album, and it is inspired by the book "The Aleph" (Jorge Luis Borges / Argentina). The original LP edition was released in 1989, and the Brazilian label Rock Symphony now reissues it.

- The music is a mix between EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER, Mike OLDFIELD and VANGELIS with influences from the 70's and New Age. "The Aleph" is written as a lengthy piece with each separate part connected to the others. But the track I like the most is the bonus track "Eternal Circle" which is a very beautiful piece.

- Rock Symphony has re-released many progressive masterpieces, but this album isn't worth a re-release in my opinion, but maybe it will attract some fans of Mike OLDFIELD and VANGELIS.

Greger | 1/5 |

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