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4 stars First time I bought their album, "Trying To Kiss The Sun", I felt disappointed because I thought that they would become the next generation of Neo Prog legend after Marillion, IQ, and Arena-era. And in 2005, it's the time to make a brand new album and it's the time to change my mind. I was blown away when I heard "World Through My Eyes" (so did my sister)!!!

For me, "World Through My Eyes" was a surprise, with some great song, from the band that have ever made me disappointed. More melodic guitar tune, good songwriting and of course more improvisation. "Start The Fire", "Everything Was Not Enough", and "Roses" were just the example. The guitar part in the intro of "Start The Fire" was special and so creative.

"Roses" was a powerful ballad with the vocals from the guest musician, Ray Wilson. By the way, you had to listen to "Three Lights", the best song in this album for me. The guitar solo in the end of the song simply the same with IQ's "Dans Le Parc Du Chateau Noir".

Well, those of you who had the same experience with me should try to change your mind and, especially the fans of Neo Prog, just try to get it!!!

Fernandi Gunawan

Fernandi | 4/5 |


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