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4.40 | 614 ratings

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5 stars This is my very first review on prog archives and Wobbler's latest release has been haunting my player in such a degree that I had no other choice but to write about it.

Wobbler show exceptional musicianship in this album, both in compositions/song-writing and in executions. The arrangements are great, the production is ideal and every player is shining in here. Yes, Genesis, King Crimson, Gentle Giant and PFM play an important role in here but I think Wobbler integrated all these influences and have finally found their own voice.

Speaking of voices, Andreas Wettergreen Str'mman Prestmo has a unique taste and is very characteristic, adding a lot to the band's personality. I would not like to chose a particular player in here because every instrument is important in their sound and has its place there, but if I had to, Kristian Karl Hultgren could have been the main protagonist with the sweet a la Chris Squire bass tone and very interesting bass lines.

This is a release not to be overlooked. It possesses a unique quality, and Wobbler have definitely put a lot of effort to make the outcome so high-quality and interesting. In a few years it will be considered a classic, so all prog archives members should listen to this record now that it is fresh!

Tasos2112 | 5/5 |


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