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A STREET BETWEEN SUNRISE AND SUNSET

Satellite

 

Neo-Prog

3.89 | 171 ratings

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Tonny Larz
5 stars Satellite is the new born child of former Collace founder Wojtek Szadkowski. With a cover designed by Mark Wilkinson (He of Marillion fame) there can be nothing wrong. And this premiere record is a masterpiece!! The sound is beautiful..the songs lovely..the.. arragenments beautiful.....if you own Collace´s:"Moonshine" youll know what i mean. Only this time Wojtek has outdone himself..as this record is far better than anything... he´s ever done....great keyboards..wonderfull songs....arrangements in genius... never have i heard such a complete progrecord and the lyrics is by far better than anything ive heard this year!! The theme is....the choice...being...which street you want to go down..... are you on one street or the other...the reasoning being...which road to choose!! In your mind that is!! This record is an absolute masterpiece!! Forget about the comparison to Marillion..this is the real thing!! Satellite are and is a fabulous record in its own right!!! Ohh..and did i mention Wojtek are a supreme singer? Well...he is!!! Great record...great music..great band......Five stars indeed!!!
Tonny Larz | 5/5 |

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