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REMEMBER THE COLOURS

High Wheel

 

Symphonic Prog

3.06 | 12 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars 3.5 for sure

Remember the colours of reality

Second album of this excellent band released in 1994 and named Remember the colours is another worthy album from their catalogue. I was simply shocked how low rated this band is, unbelievable. If their next album There was a stunning album, this is almost there, again captivating moments, solid musicianship and awesome passages. I like it a lot , very under rated and unnoticed band and is a terrible shame to be so, because High Wheel music is very demanding and each pieces show a great potential. Good towards great guitar parts, top notch keyboards, some fascinating flute arrangements, what else a winner for sure. The vocal parts are excellent, specially the choirs are simply amazing. The best track and high lights for me are Open Lines, simply awesome from start to finish, Gear-Wheels, The Four Reasons. So, a good towards great album, not as solid as their next album There but definatly a worth checking out release. I like this band a lot and have a soft spot for them for years. If not totaly essential album, this band for sure must be discovered or re discovered by many as possible listners, one of the top german bands from the '90's in progressive rock zone.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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