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INTERPOSE+

Interpose+

 

Eclectic Prog

3.85 | 17 ratings

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clarke2001
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4 stars I'm not much familiar with Japanese scene, but this one is a pleasant surprise. Actually more than pleasant.

This one is a good starter for discovering Japanese scene. Because it's good. Because no matter what your taste is, it will haunt you with something.

Basically, it's a mixture of the lighter side of symphonic prog (CAMEL might do as a point of comparison) and modern jazz - rock / fusion.

Modern, clear production, modern keyboards...great musicianship...some aspects that might present you what kind of music is this. However, there are a few other tricks up the sleeve: the female vocal, which is beautiful, with haunting melodies, with great violin section, and with very fast and technical show-off of electric guitar, just for the sake of it:) But only in one track, otherwise it's tastefully dosed. In fact, that can be said about all the instruments - there's not much of pretentiousness, I mean, not much pretentiousness from a technical prog rock band point of view. Solos are more like brief and effective. Yeah, that's the term. Brief and effective. However, songs are longish, and they're all some kind of slow thematic development(s) but they drag a bit. Hence, this will not the highest rating. But apart of that, it's so ENJOYABLE!

clarke2001 | 4/5 |

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