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Vienna Circle



3.98 | 82 ratings

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3 stars Presenting a rough draft of the blend of the classic 1980s Marillion/Pendragon neo-prog sound on the one hand and thoroughly modern art rock (a la Radiohead or Porcupine Tree) on the other hand that Vienna Circle would perfect on Silhouette Moon, the brothers Davis and their guest make this first Vienna Circle album a confident debut. Drawing on a somewhat smaller pool of personnel than their subsequent album - Russell Wilson is on drums, and aside from guest vocals from Gemma Burch on the second track that is it - almost everything you hear on here is performed personally by the Davis brothers themselves, establishing the duo (especially main soloist Paul) as interesting new talents in the prog scene with a lot of potential, even if that potential isn't fully realised here.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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