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Collage - Changes Review

by Mike Rapin

Where to begin... I will first say that I definitely, definitely do not listen to this brand of music. Just to clear things up. But to continue, Collage hit me originally as a Rush-esque band, but then I realized that Rush was good music. Collage's Changes made me not want to like any kind of keyboard or prog music ever again. The entire album was utterly confusing, and it wasn't because things we in another language.

The overall feel of this album reminded me of, instead of Rush, something that belonged in the early French Renaissance but out in a forest. Meanwhile, out in the forest, small gnomes and elves would come out and dance like robots to this music playing flutes and eating small swine-ish animals ending things in a final wine drinking before heading off to bed. Did I mention that this all takes place in an old MMORPG? (If you don't know what that is, don't worry... it's not important).

But to finish up, this album isn't terrible, but definitely not worth a serious listen unless you're into random prog that leaves you a bit sick of after listening.

Track Listing:
1. Changes
2. Lullaby '87
3. We Wizzards
4. Night Falls
5. You and Me '88
6. Just Like Heaven, Pt. 1
7. Just Like Heaven, Pt. 2
8. Midnight Flyer
9. 38/39
10. Conversation '86
11. Lovely Day '92
12. Blues '92
13. Sun Meadows
14. Old Romantic Style
15. Living in the Moonlight

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Collage - Changes

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