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4.05 | 962 ratings

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5 stars This may not be progressive rock but this is great music. However I do not need to explain this to most people on this website. them who like it have listened enjoyed and written a fair review. Them who say they hate it probably have not listened and are just writing a review based on what they think it sounds like and the fact this album or band is not progressive. I do like this album and I think whilst not prog as many of us know it, I do think it is an excellent addition to any prog collection. This album gives a different prspective on music and I advise that different styles of music are in every collection. For that reason new albums such as Keanes Hopes and Fears, Razorlights Up all night,Franz Ferdinands self entitled album and Coldplays XandY, whilst totally not progressive{the latter could be considered if radiohead is consered prog} do make excellent additions to a prog collection. My album collection is 90% prog and 10% not , includes all the albums listed above plus this one, and it is all my prog collection.

On that note, I advise 3 things.

1 Listen to music before you review.

2 Even if an album is not progressive, rate it as if it were, if your favourite genre is prog but you like other genres, this will be part of your prog collection

3 Enjoy this great album


wtmoore | 5/5 |


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