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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.42 | 109 ratings

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4 stars I don't know about you but I have grown a real fondness for this superb album in only a few listens. I only obtained a copy a few days ago. There is nothing stayed or stuck in time about this band! The tracks vary so much from each other and yet they seem to all fit together under the same theme. I love the subtlety of the beautifully melodic yet extremely rhythm driven tracks that are soft and gentle yet never boring (from a rock ears point of hearing) for example, the harmonized sections in Dancin' into the void and the moving track, Child of Mine. The opening crescendos in Camouflage to White are just tingly on the back of the neck - something I personally don't often find in the sounds of today. I am truly drawn to listening further to this CD and I'm looking forward to it! I personally cant be doing with all this stuff about different types of 'prog', I wouldn't have said anything about this album if I didn't like it. It's lack of boring sections is what keeps me listening, all too often, albums these days seem drawn out and I have to force myself to listen - not so with Evolution
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