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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

3.77 | 345 ratings

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4 stars Yet again, the moodies amaze. But this time, not quite as well as previously. I love this album, don't get me wrong, it is phenominal...but it will only receive 4 stars because it has a few glitches. Dear Diary is not that enjoyable, and is not very enjoyable to me in any way. You know, it really is an amazing album, EXTREMELY progressive, more-so than any of the previous ones (especially the amazing introductory act-out)...So Deep Within is OK, as is Lazy Day, but everything else is perfect. It is really more like 4 and a half stars, if only I could put that. Brings tears to my eyes though how sentimental this will be to me as i get older, enjoy it now everyone and remember it!! Truly a great album, favorite song being probabaly Send Me No Wine, AMAZING!! Anyway, Hayward is ridic on this, PHENOMENAL, Graeme Edge plays drums simply but perfect, gotta love John Lodge and his high pitched vocal harmonies... it is amazing, Pinder owned it when he was with the moodies, no doubt about that... purchase this immediately.
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