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Transatlantic

 

Symphonic Prog

4.07 | 744 ratings

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mistertorture
5 stars There is so much talent packed in this group. I didn't fell in love with this album with the first listen nor with the second nor the third. With the exception of We All Need Some Light (a great Morse ballad) and Mistery Train (wich is fun to listen to from the first time) the rest of the album must be listened several times in order to fully appreciate it's greatness.

All Of The Above is a HUGE epic, brilliantly crafted and smart. Is a nice mix of Spock's Beard (prog yet catchy) and The Flower Kings. One of the best symphonic prog epics ever.

My New World is a mini epic that only gets better with every listen. This song has great feeling and atmosphere, with that piano and Roine's vocals giving this song a melancholic touch (or maybe is just me). Pure delight.

The Procol Harum cover is very well done, interesting and changing. A moody, touching song.

They sound like a 70's prog band to me and in a good way of course, I don't know, I think their music carries a lot of magic, something wich isn't easy to find at all.

mistertorture | 5/5 |

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