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3.70 | 238 ratings

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3 stars I would not classify this band as progressive but decent pop music. First few listens I thought it was good but kind of mellow, so it went on the shelf for a bit. After further review my initial reaction seems correct.

The engineer and production is good but the songs just don't stand out. "Sleep" is a nice opener with a cool groove. "Roses" and "Day on My Pillow" are both excellent pop tunes. The ballad "Everything Was Not Enough" (another good song) has subtle influences of Pink Floyd and The Beatles. The beginning of title track has some Indian influenced instrumentation that segues into a Gabriel sounding tune. The Steve Hillage copy tune "Sea-Nature" seems out of place and the original is much better. The other songs seem to be filler and are skipped over.

As always, people's tastes differ and some will think this is an amazing disc. It's definitely worth a listen.

| 3/5 |


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