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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars Not as good as their debut.

The opener "Solitary Witness" has I believe bagpipes in the intro. The highlight of this song and album are the vocals of Damian Wilson. "Gaia's Waltz" features some soaring guitar and some orchestration. As well there is this waltz-like melody throughout. "Landslide" is an instrumental that has some great guitar moments in it.

"Ta' Jiang" is by far the best song on the album. The main melody with vocals, drums, keys and guitars sound great, and I especially like the CAMEL sounding melody after 10 minutes. "Tailspin (let go the line)" is my second favourite. It's an interesting, reflective tune with some tasteful guitar. "The More You Seek The More You Lose" is a fun, uptempo song with a cool guitar melody throughout except on the chorus. The final tune "Embrace" opens with piano and is a mellow song.

As I stated in the beginning this doesn't measure up to their debut record "Solitary Witness" but it's still pretty good.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |


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