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Symphonic Prog

4.37 | 3000 ratings

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5 stars Mine is the 270th vote so I can't change anything...but I can express certainly a good opinion about a masterpiece of Yes. If we compare this work with Fragile and also CTTE we can notice a great difference in the sound of the band...above all the sofisticated sound of the Fragile-era is ended out and a more simple and dinamic style dominates the whole album. CTTE was great and wonderful...the same for Relayer: 3 marvellous tracks. The atmosphere of Howe's guitar is unique and the voice of Anderson is almost angelic...Alan White is great and perfectly substitutes Bruford in this album, the only bad point is the absence of Wakeman. Gates of Delirium is one of the greatest prog suite: 23 minutes of pure and essential progressive sound that the band won't be albe to reproduce anymore...just fantastic
Kord | 5/5 |


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