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2.87 | 620 ratings

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2 stars I Can See Your House From Here isn't a good album but at least it stopped the downward slide for Camel. It brought a still shaky but nevertheless replenished Camel onto the scene.

Most of the songs are entirely forgettable, obviously aiming to get a piece of the more commercial prog cake that was being baked around that time by Genesis, Alan Parsons Project and the likes. Other songs like Wait, Eye of the Storm and Hymn to Her announce an updated version of the Camel sound that would improve over the next couple of albums. Unfortunately the vocals are far from accomplished again.

The only track every Camel fan should get his hands on here is Ice. It's an instrumental improvisation that offers nothing new but that at least manages to offer equally good guitar solos and keyboards as on Moonmadness.

Bonnek | 2/5 |


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