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SOL29

NoSound

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.92 | 80 ratings

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BrufordFreak
4 stars Having started with LightDark I was a bit worried at how other NOSOUND albums would be heard. I am pleasantly surprised at how much I like Sol29. It has much more of the feel of the softer side of STEVEN WILSON's PORCUPINE TREE music--the early stuff that I love so much. Also, I was quite surprised by the diversity on this album. As opposed to the near uniformity or constancy I hear and feel from LightDark, eachsong on Sol29 seems to have an identity on its own, a freshenss, too. Where I can see where LightDark came from, I am relieved to see that GIANCARLO has other directions he can (and has) chosen to explore. Highlights for me include the PT-sounding "Wearing Lies on Your Lips," the PF-sounding "The Broken Parts," the LightDark previews in "The Moment She Knew," and, "Idle End" (can't get enough of that outro). My least favorite: the HEARTS OF SPACE theme music, "Sol29." (Please don't go New Age on us, Giancarlo!)

This collection of songs is, IMO, an excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.

BrufordFreak | 4/5 |

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