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3.85 | 179 ratings

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5 stars Setting this album on my Ipod I didn't quite know what to expect. Being new to the whole neo-prog sub-genre I find the music good but the vocals often throaty and hard to cope with. But upon listening to this album I accidently left the pod on shuffle and listened to the song 'A Street Between Sunrise and Sunset' first. The song completely blew me away, giving a great reputation on this rare bands style. I quickly switched to the first song to listen to and fell in love with that as well... you won't believe what I thought of the rest of the album. Okay, well, I loved the rest of it too. This album is complicated and simple, and really just pleasant altogether. Soft, but with some good moderate riffs inbetween. I find the vocals fine and tone and well placed. Pretty much, the spellings of a great Progressive Rock band that everyone really should listen to somewhere in their musical career. Delightfully long songs and some good movements here and there. I've been solely impressed with everything this band has dished to me... being just two albums so far, and more to come. For Sunsrise and Sunset I give a whoping 5 star bang. It's awing and tearfully majestic and just plain great listen to if your ever in the mood for good steady goodness and softness. Listen and love, and enjoy. Satellite isn't likely to depress, nor unsatifsy. I'll keep this short and say in closing this is awsome!
Xeroth | 5/5 |


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