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The Whirlwind

Discussion in 'Progressive Rock' started by joe, Nov 29, 2010.

How would you rate The Whirlwind?

  1. 10: Classic

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  2. 9: Superb

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  3. 8: Excellent

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  4. 7: Great

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  5. 6: Good

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  6. 5: Average

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  7. 4: Poor

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  8. 3: Very poor

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  9. 2: Bad

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  10. 1: Awful

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  1. joe

    joe Senior Member

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    The latest release from Transatlantic. How would you rate it on a scale of 10?

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  2. LG

    LG Fade To Black

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    Haven't played it enough to give a rating, but I am a big fan of Transatlantic, I'll play it a couple more times this week and return to Joe's House of Music with my opinion.;)
     
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    6: Good. I like Bridge Across Forever and SMPTe better.
     
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    6: Good
     
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    Good :grinthumb
     
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    Belexes Internet Tough Guy

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    Have asked my brother for this as a christmas present. Superb musicians.
     
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    9 - Superb.

    I may in the minority, but I feel this is a fantastic piece of music. Trewevas' bass just shreds through the whole album giving it layers and depth, and all the other instruments are brilliant too. One of my favourite prog albums :grinthumb
     

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