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Graveyard Mountain Home
Review by Gary Hill
Chroma Key is the brainchild of Kevin Moore. You might remember Moore as the original keyboardist in Dream Theater.
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You Go Now
Review by Gary Hill
Kevin Moore’s (ex-Dream Theater) project Chroma Key really sounds very little like Dream Theater. Don’t expect virtuosic hard edged prog from this outfit.
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