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Symphonic Prog

3.23 | 143 ratings

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4 stars My first FRUUPP album was actually a compilation album titled "Songs For A Thought" which featured a few tracks from this album and right then I knew this band was for me. FRUUPP's music is very melodic and varied mith a mix of influences ranging from the aspects of The BEATLES to GENESIS. Once again this album is centered around the keyboard work of Stephen Houston with lush mellotron-string atmospheres and melodic piano. Peter Farrelly's unique characteristic vocals really helps shape the unique sound of FRUUPP and offers a unique contrast to other lead singers. Martin Foye's drums and Vincent Mc Cusker's guitars are also quite superb and add some great musicianship. FRUUPP will be most remembered for their little highly sculptured folky-prog songs scented in their own unique characteristics and style. With unique charm and style, FRUUPP cleverly mix oboe, flute with piano, vocals guitar, bass and percussion creating an aura of progressive originality.
loserboy | 4/5 |


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