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Crossover Prog

3.68 | 113 ratings

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4 stars It's a little hard writing a review for a band that I don't know that much about other than the fact that they have had several line-up changes and different lead singers. I have heard almost all of their music however, and regardless of who their lead singer was or they style of music they have played, their music is always quite impressive. This album is probably their first that could actually be called progressive, and that is apparent in the first track "Again". I actually found this track on You Tube and I was hooked immediately. I found more of their music on their website and decided I would see if I could purchase some of their CDs. However, for some reason, they are not readily available here in the states. So I have had to settle for their music being downloaded and of course the quality isn't as good. Anyway, I am quite impressed with this album. You can definately hear Pink Floyd influences here but they also have their own distinctive sound, and even with the changing line-up, I can still identify their music as being innovative. There are a lot of gems on this album and some of their following albums, and I may write a better review when I really get to know their music better, but I wanted to at least get a word in about a great band. Look these guys up and give their music a chance. I believe most prog-heads will not be dissapointed.
TCat | 4/5 |


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