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3.74 | 152 ratings

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4 stars A good debut for the new band of Polish Disperse, a very enjoyable disc, nothing new under the sun but the work retains a good musical tension from first to last song, simple in its architecture but never really hard banale.Il well played, with good precision and technique, without major innovations but has excellent continuity of musical tension and personality fits with the tradition of the best prog music. Many of the calls, even rock and jazz (Chick Corea), Planet X, Cynic and of course Dream Theater not forget a moment that brings us back to the Flower Kings. Less strong but the influence of their more famous countrymen, Riverside. Compared to Riverside in fact appear to be more technical and less tied to the old school prog music. A record that bodes well to become the future, only the new work will tell the real possibility of these young Poles. I think they will still good album, without a moment eccessevimante pop inevitable sin of youth. Good listening, the album is enjoyable and worth
zorn1 | 4/5 |


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