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Symphonic Prog

3.18 | 12 ratings

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4 stars When I was a reviewer for a progressive rock newsletter back in the pre-Internet times, I had the good fortune to receive this album on a cassette from the band. In retrospect, it's somewhat surprising that this was originally meant to be a demo, as it sounds better produced than the CD that was made years later. And, to be honest, the songs are better.

No, the production is not perfect. The drums and keyboards are often mixed a bit too low, and when there are no harmonized vocals, the solo singers are still thin sounding. But this is still a fine album. The songs are classics symphonic prog rock, and the band is talented and tight. Don't expect virtuoso performances, just nice tasty prog.

And the best song? Easily Mouldie's Hold on Time.

By the way, this album is available to download for free at Nick Peck's web site.

Evolver | 4/5 |


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