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Circus

by Argent

Circus by Argent

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by Argent

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Label: Legacy Recordings
What's amazing is just how radically different Argent was from the organist's previous band, the Zombies. Circus, the band's seventh album, released in 1975, is a heady nosedive into arty, challenging progressive rock. Though the choir-like harmonies are a bit much to take at times, the group's ensemble interplay is top notch. At times they even near Heldon/Goblin territory. Overall, however, Argent is way more "white light," as they have a thing for pop hooks a la Supertramp and Alan Parsons.

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What's amazing is just how radically different Argent was from the organist's previous band, the Zombies. Circus, the band's seventh album, released in 1975, is a heady nosedive into arty, challenging progressive rock. Though the choir-like harmonies are a bit much to take at times, the group's ensemble interplay is top notch. At times they even near Heldon/Goblin territory. Overall, however, Argent is way more "white light," as they have a thing for pop hooks a la Supertramp and Alan Parsons.

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What's amazing is just how radically different Argent was from the organist's previous band, the Zombies. Circus, the band's seventh album, released in 1975, is a heady nosedive into arty, challenging progressive rock. Though the choir-like harmonies are a bit much to take at times, the group's ensemble interplay is top notch. At times they even near Heldon/Goblin territory. Overall, however, Argent is way more "white light," as they have a thing for pop hooks a la Supertramp and Alan Parsons.