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Teru's Symphonia - Clockworked Earth CD (album) cover

CLOCKWORKED EARTH

Teru's Symphonia

 

Symphonic Prog

2.85 | 14 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Teru's Symphonia was and is one of my fav symphonic prog bands from Japan with their highlight , at least for me, Fable on the seven pillow from 1991. Clockworked earth is their fifth album from 1993 issued by Musea and is another good symphonic album in a good japanese tradition. Maybe not as great as previous one Fable or next Do androids but this is a fairly good album all the way. Some very nice and well composed pieces are for me Pandora's Progeny, Animal life and Quite life , each one with rich symphonic arrangements, lush and intristing keybords and good sound. Even the titles of the pieces are in english , Megumi Tokuhisa sungs in japananese, not a bad thing at all, it gives a certain unusual and in same time intrsting atmosphere. The musicians are capable to deliver good passages with plenty of great moments, I like what I've heared, is symphonic prog not really of the highest calibre but intresting and pleasent most of the time. 3towards 3.5 for sure, another worthy album of this discret band that I think is little unnoticed when talking about japanes symphonic prog school.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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