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INTO THE NIGHT

Satellite

 

Neo-Prog

3.92 | 238 ratings

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poito
5 stars There is indeed something different in this Polish band, the heirs of COLLAGE, now in hands of a wonderful drummer and a better composer Wojtek Szadkowski. I certainly like Satellite much more than their former incarnation, too spacey for my taste, lots of flying guitars, so abused by so many. Satellite has quite a different taste; all instruments are in the right place, Szad works thoroughly the details of the composition, the themes are truly inspired, and one never gets tired of the multiple chained melodies and arrangements in each track. This man is endless in creation. In the first album A STREET BETWEEN SUNSET AND SUNRISE I mentioned the freshness of sounds and music motifs one may expect from non-anglosaxon bands, and they brought quite a few. Even if their second EVENING GAMES failed somewhat, here they go high again, better than ever. Except for the opening track that is a bit dull, the rest of the album, including the two bonus tracks, is a mind-blowing collection of tracks. Nearly all tracks distillate magic, but Dreams and Time Stands Still, climb high to the Olympo of music. They truly earned a site amongst the greatest. This is another masterpiece of prog.
poito | 5/5 |

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