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ONE EYE ON THE SUNRISE

Nine Stones Close

 

Neo-Prog

3.97 | 161 ratings

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sinslice
3 stars My problem here is with title track. The foregoing seems to be a good prelude to the same. In turn, it is the most progressive part of the album, along with Frozen Moment, by sudden changes and search for originality in it. It begins with a delicate acoustic intro in line with the previous piece, then enter an alternative rock course, to return in the seventh minute on a passive ground, in last two minutes becomes anarchy.

Frozen Moment is more balanced, but also unnecessary repetitions, spare 3 or 4 minutes.

Highlights for me are Janus, Sunset (instrumentals), Eos, A Secret, The Weight,

Between 3 and 3.5 stars....

sinslice | 3/5 |

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