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    Credo

    In my view, it’s a great thing when mature musicians continue to be creatively honest in the face of so-called ‘modern prog’ opposition… Tagged with unholy description ‘neo’, Credo have maintained their own course and continued to progress. Definitely, ‘Against Reason’ is a worthy follow-up to a highly-acclaimed ‘Rhetoric’ and develops the band’s style even more. This CD is the culmination of all efforts to date. Just a cracker! The eight songs manage to walk a fair line between musical exploration and accessibility - excellent melodies and instrumental sections that join everything together nicely. The keyboards of Mike Varty have provided a foil to Tim Burrell’s fluid guitar playing, the rhythm section of Jim Murdoch (bass) and Martin Meads (drums) sounds competent. Vocal performance of Mark Colton is passionate and very emotional…
    http://www.myspace.com/credogb
    It’ll be interesting to see where this British outfit can go from here, but for now sit back and enjoy the distinctive Credo sound. A real treat which I can recommend to lovers of the 80-s inspired progressive rock.
    http://www.rockreport.be/review.asp?id=3162

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    They certainly have something. I will find the time to listen to then more throughly and report back

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    They certainly have something. I will find the time to listen to then more throughly and report back

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    There's ample evidence that Credo has to be at least as popular as Arena...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prog Head View Post
    In my view, it’s a great thing when mature musicians continue to be creatively honest in the face of so-called ‘modern prog’ opposition… Tagged with unholy description ‘neo’, Credo have maintained their own course and continued to progress. Definitely, ‘Against Reason’ is a worthy follow-up to a highly-acclaimed ‘Rhetoric’ and develops the band’s style even more. This CD is the culmination of all efforts to date. Just a cracker! The eight songs manage to walk a fair line between musical exploration and accessibility - excellent melodies and instrumental sections that join everything together nicely. The keyboards of Mike Varty have provided a foil to Tim Burrell’s fluid guitar playing, the rhythm section of Jim Murdoch (bass) and Martin Meads (drums) sounds competent. Vocal performance of Mark Colton is passionate and very emotional…
    http://www.myspace.com/credogb
    It’ll be interesting to see where this British outfit can go from here, but for now sit back and enjoy the distinctive Credo sound. A real treat which I can recommend to lovers of the 80-s inspired progressive rock.
    http://www.rockreport.be/review.asp?id=3162

    I also think so.:P:P

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    An article from Fireworks magazine.

    http://www.rocktopia.co.uk/index.php...son&Itemid=121

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    The 'Against Reason' album has opened new doors the world over for the band, and the live reviews have highlighted too...


    Tour FEBRUARY 2012 (in conjunction with The Classic Rock Society)


    2012 is here and it provides CREDO with the opportunity to tour the critically acclaimed and commercially successful album, in a series of dates across the UK.

    WITH VERY VERY SPECIAL GUESTS – THE AMAZING - COMEDY OF ERRORS
    Thursday 2nd February: Riffs Bar,
    Greatfield Swindon, SN4 8EQ Doors 7.00
    Riffs Bar

    Friday 3rd February: The Lexington,

    Pentonville Road, London
    Doors 7.30pm
    The LexingtonCRS Shop

    Saturday 4th February: The Wesley Centre,

    Maltby, Rotherham
    Doors 7pm
    CRS Shop


    Sunday 5th February: B2, Brickmakers,
    Norwich
    Doors 7pm
    CRS Shop

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