**Used - Sleeve/NM Media/NM - Japanese pressing, no obi**
Fifty years later, On the Threshold of a Dream remains a benchmark not only for The Moody Blues, but for the genres it helped popularize and progress.
It’s not as monumental and cohesive as Days of Future Passed, nor is it as opulently consistent and pleasant as In Search of the Lost Chord, but it nearly makes up for it in sheer variety and disjointed brazenness.
In other words, the pieces of the puzzle are less engrossing and confident in spots, yes, but it’s precisely that fragmented freedom that makes it an enduring landmark of creative fortitude and boundlessness. To this day, The Moody Blues remains singular yet timeless, and On the Threshold of a Dream deserves to be celebrated by not only the original fans, but by their children’s children’s children, too.