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BLUE

Eyesberg

 

Neo-Prog

3.82 | 48 ratings

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maryes
3 stars 3,5 stars !!! This album is a enjoyable surprise, because , on the contrary of most of the Germany bands , the music in EYESBERG "Blue" is very "graceful" and "light" in instrumentation in comparison with "mainstream" of musical style from German bands. Although, some people could think " is a simple remake of the British neo-prog style" (with a certain reason) but, I really not think this. However be iimplicit in almost 12 tracks of the disk the presence of influences of Marillion, IQ, Iluvatar and obviously Genesis ( the vocals is very close to Phill Collins) the album reserves some great moments which make to deserve at least one audition. The first of this moments is the Track 2 "Epitaph" with strong Genesis "appeal", mixing energic and soft moments and a flute intermissions which gives a certain "pastoral landscape" to the track. Other of these moments is the track 4 "Winter Gone" a very beautiful ballad, and finally the last track ". Detachment and Replacement " full of "energy" and great instrumental moments. In spite of some "weak" moments , such as track 5 "Impulsive" ( almost a disco-music) and track 9 "Porcelain" with a certain "techno-pop" inspiration. In a general way is a good album , my rate is 3 stars !!!
maryes | 3/5 |

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