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SECRET SPHERES OF ART

Alogia

 

Progressive Metal

3.51 | 7 ratings

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jaxflguy1981
4 stars After hearing the 2 tracks hosted on this site I decided to buy the only album that has been released in the states so far Secret Spheres Of Art. I'm not going to analyze each track too much, I'm just going to point out some of the highlights of each song. I'm a big fan of Dream Theater, Fates Warning & Queensryche so this cd leaves a good taste after hearing it and leaves me wanting to hear more from them.

Track 1 - 6:08 - Secret Spheres Great intro (sort of like Dream Theater - Learning To Live) Some good use of backup vocals Guitar Solo From 3:54 - 4:38 Guitar Flutter at 4:19 & 4:20 Rating - 9/10

Track 2 - 1:00 - Journey Into The Dawn Of Life Synths to Military snare with some guitar Relaxing track Rating - 6/10

Track 3 - 4:03 - Politics of War Fast track with decent synths in the middle Guitar Solo From 2:30 - 3:00 Rating - 7/10

Track 4 - 3:28 - Legend of A Stolen Heart Medieval sounding keys in the intro Fast track with decent guitar rifts Rating - 7/10

Track - 5 - 4:45 - Falling Asleep Starts off with slow synths then jams out to being very upbeat Great backup vocals Accoustic Guitar Solo 3:00 - 3:30 (some electric added at the end of it) Very catchy song 9/10

Track - 6 - 2:10 - Kontinuum Outer Space Travel like song of synths some drum beats that progress then fades into the next track 6/10

Track - 7 - 0:57 - Mystica Aegyptiorum Middle Eastern sounding track of hand drums & misc sounds 6/10

Track - 8 - 3:32 - Amon One of the more thrash tracks of the cd Guitar/Drum Solo 2:13 - 2:39 Ends with 15 seconds of accoustic guitar 7/10

Track - 9 - 3:28 - Beyond the Time Upbeat track From 1:45 - 1:58 kick ass 1980s Nintendo NES style midi music Some good guitar work 2/3 through Last 30 seconds goes from dead to the start of the next track 8/10

Track - 10 - 4:28 - Lament Slow and soft song Guitar Solo From 3:11 - 3:40 7/10

Track - 11 - 0:51 - Astral Horizons Military snare, nice keys, guitar & bass drum I would have liked this track to progress into a full song 8/10

Track - 12 - 3:43 - As the Time Passes By Upbeat track with varying tempos Guitar solo 2:35 - 3:15 Nice long guitar flutter at 2:43 9/10

Track - 13 - 1:40 - Overture Solemnis Trash sounding track that sounds scottish somewhat Sort of sounds like Kings Quest (the video game) music at the end 6/10

Track - 14 - 3:34 - Samson Overall a real good song Guitar solo 1:53 - 2:31 Guitar Flutter at 2:13 & 2:14 during solo The song/cd end with some great guitar work 8/10

Overall cd rating 8/10

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