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AS THEY CAME THEY SLIGHTLY DISAPPEARED (EP)

The Amber Light

 

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3.99 | 7 ratings

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hdfisch
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4 stars First song of their first EP I've to say cannot hit my attraction so much. It's quite a strange, spacy electronic piece in the vein of some Krautrock bands. But fortunately Calling on the dogs is something completely different, awesome keyboards with a full symphonic rock sound combined with great vocals and rhythm section. Really fantastic song! Waves of memories is starting in an acoustic vein and as well a very nice one. The four guys of The Amber Light are showing here on their very first official record really already their full talents! And then the highlight Curved sphere with almost 13 minutes of timing. Once again Louis Gabbiani with his virtuoso keyboard playing and his great vocals. This guy is really a big hope for the future of Prog, but not to forget as well the fantastic effort of Rabin Dasgupta on bass, Jan Sydow on guitars and Peter Ederer on drums.

Their first EP is certainly an excellent debut, almost half an hour of great prog. Get this one together with "Stranger & Strangers" and you will have a second fantastic album of this young talented band. Definitively worth 4 stars!

hdfisch | 4/5 |

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