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No Name / The No Name Experience - 20 Candles CD (album) cover

20 CANDLES

No Name / The No Name Experience

 

Neo-Prog

3.34 | 16 ratings

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Marty McFly
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Errors and Omissions Team
3 stars Without knowing any of their studio albums (! even I'm surprised, you should be too), I acquired this album, today even not remembering how. I'm normally not so much into "best of" albums (because these songs are to be found on studio albums, so why bother with BO, right ?), but exceptions are known (to me), so here we are.

Approach to neo-prog. There is a lot of neo-prog these days. This genre seems slowly crawling its way up in my charts, as I review more and more neo (like in Matrix) bands. Also, I feel that common tradition here on PA is to rate compilations with lower ratings than studio albums, even these albums should literary compile, or consist of the best. Like a derivate. Nevermind (never mind). This deal is not so special. I feel like I'm repeating myself, but it really is average neo-prog. There are worse (Martigan's first for example, I still remember the horror I had when I was listening it), or Germany's Morphelia (I was listening today too, after few days of listening).

3(+) for, well, average neo prog I suppose.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |

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