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Urs Blank
4 stars Another really nice prog group from Poland! Almost 10 years after their beautiful eponymous album they're back stronger than ever! A nice surprise, given that their previous works were IMO a bit disappointing. Very accessible, nevertheless it is true neo prog with long and melodical songs. Don't look for complex or tortured compositions here, there is only harmony and beautiful sadness, although energy is never far. The third song of this album is a revelant example and probably tells more than I do. But if I pick this song out, it doesn't mean that it's "The" song of "Alone Together", the whole album well worth cheers. One of the most interesting and unexpected release of 2007, even though it has been a great year for prog in general. What a shame such good bands still remain in the shade of well known group (I won't mention any name). They had the great idea to sing in English though many wonderful groups from Poland choose to sing in Polish so you have absolutely no excuse to miss it.
Urs Blank | 4/5 |


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