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3.56 | 122 ratings

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4 stars Having followed GALAHAD's career from the very start, I can only say these guys keep surprising me album after album. "Year Zero" is a well crafted album although very much in the vein of their earlier work does add the fresh mellotron of Dean Baker. "Year Zero" is an exceptionally well recorded album with the mixing, the mastering sounding incredible... likely GALAHAD's best sounding album yet. As usual GALAHAD deliver an album although very much rooted in the classic prog vein draw on modern modal aspects. John Wetton (ASIA - KING CRIMSON) guests on this album and mixes very well against Stu Nicholson's angelic vocals. The first 4 tracks on this album have to be 4 of the best songs I have heard in a long time. GALAHAD once again you have my ears and Dean welcome aboard... a great album and very much necessary to have in your collection.
loserboy | 4/5 |


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