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3.44 | 35 ratings

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5 stars Just given this a spin, whilst chilling out on a Friday night, while the Mrs watches Emmerdale and Corrie. I bought this CD a while ago and gave it a few listens, then as I bought more and more, this sort of got lost, so I thought I would give it an ear, and I was pleasantly suprised. After my recent Glass Hammer a thon and then Abel Ganz, Flower kings and then the little known Sunchild (Antony Kalugin), this had a lot to live up to! However, this CD provides four good length tracks with an EPIC at the end, and though the production isn't great this CD is definately PROG and eben the vocals don't degrade from it that much for me. The tracks are thoughtfully crafted and their are plenty of instrumental passages of nice complexity and length. It's hard to place the influences, but possibly pink floyd and Genesis, especially Hackett. I really like the bass guitar playing at the end of the epic, and I genuinely like this CD, it has had a few appalling reviews but that is in the ear of the beholder. I don't like the five star rating system as there is nowhere enough granularity to quantify the truly great from the truly awful (5 to 1????) and all the nuances in between. I am going with a FIVE, yep because this CD needs a bit of TLC, it clearly isn't on a par with Close to the Edge or Selling England, but IF Dark Side of the Moon GETS A FIVE (when it TRULY is not prog) then this CD is a least 3 stars better.
M27Barney | 5/5 |


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