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4 stars With this album, RPWL moves further from their Pink Floydian/psychedelic roots into more mainstream rock territory. It's all highly melodic and accessible, with just the needed amount of noise and edge to keep their lightly progressive brand of adult-oriented rock from being bland. I mean, who would resist a Day on my pillow, whimsically wimpy it may be? Anyway, Sleep boasts a quasi-Indian atmosphere, Sea-nature some amusing synthesizer sea-diving effects, and Wasted Rock loudly rocks in the U2 fashion. Ballads are also catchy, if stretched out far too long. Roses is a gorgeous late 80s electro-beat tragi-romantic throwback (another era prone to stretching out) featuring vocals of Ray Wilson, who, while better singer than the pleasant Yogi Lang, sounds not too dissimilar.
Progrussia | 4/5 |


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