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Crossover Prog

4.10 | 588 ratings

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5 stars I'm sure that many of the other reviewers out there have already gone into great detail over the particulars, back story and musical minutiae of this album. So I won't dwell. I bought this album a couple of months ago. I've been hooked on it and Gazpacho every since. For my part I'm captivated by its subtle complexity and dark but not dispiriting mood. An album like this could easily have been overwrought in the wrong hands, but Gazpacho never play a note more or less than necessary. The distorted vocals and slight accents of the vocalists can make the lyrics not totally clear at times, but on a concept album about dreams, clarity isn't exactly the intention.

I think that anybody with an open mind towards music and a modicum of patience will be able to get into this album. It doesn't matter if you're a metal head or a folkie; I think you'll find something worth liking in Night. So, get out your best head-phones, find a comfortable spot, kill the lights and get ready to be taken on a persistent and brooding yet delicate progressive masterwork. An easy 5 out of 5.

R-A-N-M-A | 5/5 |


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