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5 stars There's plenty of Polish bands known for dazzling neo-prog musicianship, but few are quite as original as Believe get on their incredible Yesterday Is a Friend. Showing the least reliance on the 80s-era greats of any Polish neo band I've ever heard, and with the violin of Satomi and the David Gilmour/Steve Rothery guitar mastery of Mirek Gil acting as the band's secret weapons, they produce a fascinating sound which shows a great level of technical accomplishment. What's particularly fascinating is the lesser emphasis on keyboards compared to many other neo-prog bands, with the other instruments instead playing a greater role (and the band members proving adept at getting a greater than average range of sounds out of them). This one blows me away every time I listen to it.
Warthur | 5/5 |


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