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Magenta announce new album Masters of Illusion including 5.1 DVD

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Simon A

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I'm really loving the second song from the album titled A Gift From God. It feels like a blend of Time by Pink Floyd and Ripples by Genesis. Quite lovely actually.
 

Simon A

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The last track feels like it's featuring Dennis DeYoung on keys and Steve Hackett and Steve Howe on guitars. The backing vocals bring a little 90125 coloring to the mix. Really nice.

I'm loving this album more and more.

I wish we could get 5.1 mixes for Christina's two solo albums.
 

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I think this is their best release since Seven.
He has fully embraced Prog again and the whole album has many accolades to Pink Floyd and Genesis.
But this is Magenta's own music and imo Rob and his brother( lyricist) have created a fantastic album which shows this band's full potential, to create an amazing, listening experience.
 
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