Chaos Code - The Tragedy Of Leaps And Bounds CD (album) cover


Chaos Code


Symphonic Prog

3.78 | 20 ratings

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4 stars On their second release the line-up changed almost completely, only guitarist and singer Cliff Phelps is leftover. Nevertheless their style and sound stayed quite the same. A nice blend between progressive folk tunes and a good portion of powerful rock garnished with a slight jazzy touch. Their music sounds very natural and handmade, not only due to the more amateur-ish production. Nevertheless it is very intricate and the songs are very touching with thorough lyrics. There is all the time a nice balance between nice acoustic, lyrical songs with flute, piano or acoustic guitar and ones with breakouts of powerful hard rock. The difference to the first album is that on this one there are much more instrumental parts. This album is really a pleasure to listen and maybe even better than the first one which was very good already.If you like some 70's type of music, but without any ripping-off of known bands and with its own character and uniqueness, then you have to buy this album immediately or even both together like I did. There are not many copies on the market, so hurry up and take your chance to get one!
hdfisch | 4/5 |


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