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5 stars The lead singer has a voice between Peter Gabriel and Dave Cousins (The Strawbs). The tracks are very heroic, magic and beautiful. The omnipresent combination of electric, acoustic rhythmic guitar and many keyboards parts remind me the Gandalf's "Imaginary land" album. "Loafer Jack" and "Battlement" sound a bit like Canadian prog band FM (Black Noise). "Ice with Dwal" sounds a bit like prog band Iluvatar and Steve Hackett's "Voyage of the acolyte". "Intruders and the punishment" sounds like Camel of the 70's, especially the keyboards. "Zartlicher Abschied" sounds like Gryphon's Raindance and Steve Hacket's Voyage of the Acolyte. Some interseting flute parts give a pastoral touch to the whole. All the tracks are OUTSTANDING! Only one weak point: the sound could be more crystal clear
greenback | 5/5 |


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