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3.89 | 206 ratings

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4 stars Here's your typical Neo-Prog band with a emphasis on long symphonic developments. We can find plenty of good melodies, nice arrangements and nothing very complicated. The sound is in the mould of bands like Moria Falls and Mystery. In fact, the guitarist of Mystery is playing here. The vocals are just as enjoyable as the music. There's a nice balance between keyboards and guitars with a lush production and the use of some vintage keyboards sounds. The song "Little Anne" is a nice ballad that shows a different atmosphere than the rest of the album with a strong influence from the legendary Harmonium. It's not for the most adventurous listeners, but for those who enjoy melodic progressive rock music that offer strong compositions without getting in the excess of a pure symphonic album. For a debut, it's pretty impressive, let's hope for some more music from this band in the future.
rdtprog | 4/5 |


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