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Brighteye Brison


Eclectic Prog

4.03 | 108 ratings

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Tobbe J
5 stars I can do nothing else than join this massive choir of praise for this magnificent example of that progressive rock still is a relevant and alive genre!! The things I enjoy the most I guess is that there is not only loads of nods to the old prog-masters (Yes, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Pink Floyd and the likes) of the seventies but also to bands like ELO, Return To Forever and Swedish fusion combos like EGBA and Kornet (also from the seventies)! Somebody here in an earlier review said that they sound more like an American prog band than a Swedish one. I agree on that. You can tell they have been inspired by Echolyn, Spock's Beard. Still they have their own distinct sound firmly rooted in the seventies tradition. It definitely is a huge leap forward from previous album Stories which is nice but perhaps a bit unfocused in comparison to Believers & Deceivers. I don't want to be careful with those fivers so I'll give this five starsNow I just can't wait to see them att Slottskogen Goes Progressive in Gothenburg Aug 22nd. Will be a blast!!
Tobbe J | 5/5 |


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