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3.50 | 39 ratings

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4 stars Now by the end of the '80s Osiris reached to number 3 album in their career named Reflections from 1989, aswell re issued by Musea in 1998. Well despite the negative rates and reviews by some listners overall I find this album to be their best by far. Is their most mature work, their inventive one, the passages has no flows and the musicianship is excellent. The melodic aproach of the album this time little more towards neo prog but aswell they never forget the symphonic roots, the resoul is a pretty stronfg album I might say. From the opening track Shades of grey, to the last track Reflections Osiris done a very strong job here. I like all the arrangements here, alot to enjoy like on In the corner, The circle or Lost and found are very enjoyble tunes that shows that they were still in bussines. From passages, smooth and elegant that reminds me of Camel to more symphonic parts not far from Genesis or the neo elements added not far from IQ - Osiris really done some great moments on every pieces. Very elaborated sound, where keybords and guitar are a special role, lush passages and damn good rhythmic section. I like a lot this album, to me is defintly their best one and desearves from me 4 stars easy. One of my fav albums ever eswell, I'm in the minority here with my rate but is how I see it. Excellent album.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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