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3.39 | 57 ratings

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3 stars Cyan's third and final album is presented in the sunny and (to my ears) rather disposable style of neo-prog practiced by the likes of Shadowland and Landmarq, and presents what you could probably see as a less spooky version of the preceding Pictures From the Other Side. (There's even another guest appearance from Nick Barrett of Pendragon!) It was shortly after this that main man Rob Reed would put the Cyan project to bed in favour of Magenta, and so fans of that band may be interested in this album for historical reasons; otherwise, I'd say this is only worth it if you were particularly taken with Pictures From the Other Side.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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