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Asia Minor


Symphonic Prog

3.56 | 115 ratings

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3 stars This mildly Camel-influenced album finds Asia Minor a little short on originality, but is competently performed with reasonable (though not exceptional) production standards for a low-budget recording from the start of the 1980s. On the whole, I tend to prefer the follow-up album Between Flesh and Divine (which seems to form a conceptual sequel to this album - the two titles form a little sentence), but I suppose if you were really fond of that album and are desperate for more, this won't be too disappointing provided you don't expect a lost classic of the genre. For my part, I will stick to their superior second album.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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