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5 stars this album is the dawn of a new birth in music....the three masterminds of he 3 greatest bands on the planet...dream theater,flower kings.and spock's beard(neal morse era) show that they are even more capable of writing prog masterpieces with each other than with their original bands...all of the abve is eppic in every sense of the word...seriously these guys need more recognition....the intense intrumental parts...and its not only good cause its technical every note played in their music has such significance to the overall emotion and power to their songs...its just absolute glory and beauty really....the melodies are unforgettable the music is unforgettable its overwhelming....of course it does take more than one listen to "get it" especially with songs like all of the above and my new world cause they r so massive in size and scope and so complex, but once it sinks in after so many listens you will be so happy you took the time to indulge your time into it......we all need some light in a heart felt ballad that will send shivers down your spine when the powerful acoustic solo builds the theme of the song in a musical sense of the words...mystery train is just such a catchy little tune that you cant help but love every moment new world is just a prime example of what a prog epic should be...solid musical melodies....incredible musicianship...every moment isnt wasted and every note plays a significant role in the whole feeling and emotion of the song...good job roine on this held twas in i is the weakest song and i am not rating it because its a cover but it is still awesome in its size and this is a much better version the the original more passion and soul i think
dddddougjonathan | 5/5 |


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