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A BLUEPRINT OF THE WORLD

Enchant

 

Heavy Prog

3.81 | 131 ratings

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Warthur
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3 stars Enchant's debut album was produced with a little help here and there from Marillion's Steve Rothery, and that's a fairly clear indication of what to expect here - an American answer to Marillion, with their sound drawn mainly from the period ranging from Clutching at Straws to the proggier parts of Holidays in Eden (think Splintering Heart). Despite the aid of Rothery behind the producer's desk for some of the sessions, overall the album has a rather thin sound and the mix is kind of off - though that said, the 2CD reissue (which I haven't heard) may have addressed this issue. If you can get past that, the band offer a competent rendition of neo-prog material which won't win any awards for originality but is broadly pleasing to the ear.
Warthur | 3/5 |

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