Blue Shift - Not the Future I Ordered CD (album) cover


Blue Shift


Symphonic Prog

3.34 | 16 ratings

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2 stars Very mediocre 80's Yes-like progish hard rock band - with touches of prog metal and prog pop as well. The singer sounds very much like Jon Anderson with the keyboardist having a bit of an Emerson feel. The songs are written and played well though. This is kind of an average copy band. There are elements of prog metal on a couple songs and some Supertramp / Genesis (post-Gabriel era) sounding elements as well. If you love Yes 80s output, you probably will love this album, but I rather listen to Yes still. Also they play "Immigrant Song" of Led Zeppelin quite poorly. So, all in all, nothing impressive.
eugene | 2/5 |


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