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Wallenstein - Stories, Songs & Symphonies CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.19 | 48 ratings

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3 stars With this album Wallenstein delivered maybe the last good testament of their career, the next releases are almost pop, and never much intrested by prog conesurs, including myself. So, Stories is the last truly symphonic album of these not so well known german prog band. Far from being bad , but with a lack of vein, and sometimes even mellower than the predecesors, this album is not something great, but not bad. I always considered music of Wallenstein to be a crossing between Birth Control, Aunt Mary or in places Beggars Opera. Even the voice of Dollase is weaker in places, to mellow, and without to much vein, it's like the members are tiered to play and sing anymore. In the ens to me these is a good album, more like 2.5 rounded to 3 with some fine moments like the opening track The priestess and Stories, songs & symphonies, the rest are ok, but no more than that. Not recommende like Mother univers, the best album they ever done, but worth some spins from time to time.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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