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FIND YOUR SUN

The D Project

 

Neo-Prog

3.97 | 121 ratings

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Speedy prog
5 stars I discovered this band with Making Sense in 2014. This last album is in my opinion the best of D. Project. This album contains great guitar works, solid compositions, inspired lyrics.For me this album is a must for 2018. I like the intro song, The End, with its various changes, a heavy bass lines, guitar riffs like King Crimson and a section reminiscent of CSNY. Crude Reality reminds me GENESIS, (early era), and you dig into an heavy section with a choir, awesome. The longest song of the album, Tell Me, with his catchy chorus, with his jazzy finale and his beautiful violin solo.. The cd continues with the song The Sting's kind of PINK FLOYD period WISH YOU HERE WERE ...

The crunchy bass lines of Life To Spare reminds me YES and don't forget the outstanding keyboard solo ( Fred Schendel of GLASS HAMMER)! The song Be Kind has complex arrangements of voices and acoustic guitars.. You hear the classical side of D Project with the song;Find Your Sun part1, followed by The CRIMSONISH's Find Your Sun part2. with a solo section reminds UK.. The grande finale, Be Free offers a 12-string guitar (12 strings-guitar is everywhere on the album) with an emotional voice of Stephane. Bravo guys (and girl)! 4.5 stars

Speedy prog | 5/5 |

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