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Perfect Beings


Crossover Prog

3.86 | 418 ratings

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5 stars From the first 2 songs, you think that you are listening to some pop rock songs, melodic with nice vocals. But things open up in the progressive territory were technique leave the space to the melody despite some more complex instrumental experimentation at times. Each song is very different and if the style and sound are reminiscent of bands like Beatles, Genesis and Yes, the band have their own style and all the songs works with a lot of cohesion. The music is a breath of fresh air that contains some nice surprises and always some beautiful vocals. The guitar of Johannes Luley will bring you back to Steve Howe and some keyboards parts are similar to Big Big Train. The band has succeeded with this almost perfect CD to seduce the listener with an original fusion of pop and progressive rock never too complex and never too simple.
rdtprog | 5/5 |


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