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3 stars Believe to see another day ...

BELIEVE is a new project with two guys who are wellknown - Mirek Gil as a member of COLLAGE and Przemek Zawadzki playing bass with SATELLITE. So there is a lot of experience from two polish bands put together and yes - you can hear some but not too many reminiscences. The result is good and sounds fresh. The majority of the songs is convincing me with remarkable guitar riffs, good melodies and vocal harmonies. The guitars sometimes are similar to Gary Chandler. Piano and violin is used sparingly - not overcharged.

'What is love' starts very promising and then begins to grooooove in the middle - excellent! (rating 4.5). 'Needles in my brain' - a ballad - follows with fine vocals and violin playing (rating 4.0). 'Liar' has a very good begin but unfortunately loses the way a little bit and gets weaker (rating 3.0). 'Pain' is a very sensitive slowtempo peace with fine drumming and piano work (rating 4.0). 'Seven days' - very melodic and contains a beautiful piano outro (rating 4.0). 'Coming down' is a little bit heavier song bordering to prog metal (rating 3.5). 'Don't tell me' for me is not so important (rating 2.5) and then the release finishs and convinces again with the title song and long track (rating 4.0).

'Hope to see another day' is not spectacular - it is a brave neoprog production and near to an excellent addition. I think this is a must have for SATELLITE and COLLAGE fans (total rating 3.7 stars).

Rivertree | 3/5 |


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