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4 stars The last Argos album I experienced was Circles, a solid listen on which the band demonstrated a mastery of a diverse range of progressive sounds. On Unidentified Dying Objects, however, they have completed an evolution in a particular direction. On the one hand, it's a highly Genesis-imitating direction which we've heard before - but on the plus side they're really, really good at it, showing a knack for the particular theatrical style of Genesis which few imitators have been able to muster. Drawing on a wide range of subject matter, the band take us on a journey which finds Thomas Klarmann's contributions on vocals and flute and his synth playing (along with fellow keyboardist Thilo Brauss) to be especially important.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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