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Days Between Stations


Eclectic Prog

3.85 | 83 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Both of you guys are right.

Because it takes a days to get between the stations. My country isn't big (wide/long) enough to provide needed space (mighty wiki says that CZ is: "Area - comparative: slightly smaller than South Carolina; slightly larger than Scotland"), but let's take Siberia as a perfect example. Or Orient Express (also days to get anywhere). And I suppose that USA trains (or even Canada ones) and railways goes on a long journeys too.

Sometimes like typical post-rock band from next door, sometimes like mutated Porcupine Tree (that's what I call eclectic sound). And cover art doesn't fail too (it's innovative, original, mysterious and nice, for example what do you imagine when looking at it ? I think about these "history monks" from Discworld). This is one of these pleasing "musics" that are good, because they (even not intentionally / unintentionally catchy) can provide one of the most needed things that prog fan can demand, innovation, quality, progression (by failure?) and yet be interesting (I said it many times, but I have to repeat it over and over again in case you haven't read all of my 400 reviews). Of course, there are void (this word in reviews is becoming my stereotype / cliché) parts, some might say (some argue, other name for "I think) that it's minimalistic and should be worshiped (I say, make it good and people will comply, make it bad and some "smart" (note quotation marks) guy like me will complain about it), but they're not so often. Void part done good is (in my terminology) called "atmospheric piece", or melancholy part, nostalgia, these things.

4(+) with aspiration higher. To the skies (I mean horizons)

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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