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3.66 | 42 ratings

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2 stars I guess I'm a bit in the minority here but I didn't find this to be all that impressive, especially when compared to other neo-prog I've heard. Overall the performances were professional but with the exception of the drummer who was pretty monster, I found the others didn't get my pulse up the way I like watching a show. The vocalist/bassist Amirian was the hardest for me to get past, I found his bass playing and singing to be adequate at best. I'm surprised at the positive comments he has garnered from others so perhaps it's just me. As far as the all important audio and video quality for your home theater both are truly excellent. Clean video with plenty of angles and close-ups and very good sound. The material varies in quality with some of the instrumental sections very impressive and truly rocking. Then the vocals come back and pull things to the overly cheesy and unbearable for me. I can only say I would choose to watch Arena, Galahad, Pendragon or Marillion again and again before putting this back on. If you've already heard Satellite before and enjoy the vocalist then by all means you will love this show. Not my cup of tea. I wish it were because I loved the drumming and a fair amount of the guitar work was admirable. About 2 stars for me.
Finnforest | 2/5 |


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