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UNIVERSE AT LARGE

Cosmic Danger

 

Neo-Prog

3.48 | 23 ratings

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Loren
4 stars This nifty studio project out of Fort Wayne Indiana is quite a surprising find in a town dominated by rap and folk acts. Having known William Reiske, the drummer/Keyboardist/producer for this album makes it that much more exciting for me.

This is is a Neo Prog album with Asia/yes influences and a science fiction theme throughout. Excellent drumming, very technical, and well recorded. This album does have a few low points. For me those are the somewhat artificial keyboard sounds, and in some places the vocals. The highlights being the drumming and powerful compositions. For example The song "Freedom Flyer" has a short-lived, but wonderful hook with harmonized vocals not unlike something you would hear John Anderson do, hypnotic and catchy. Other standout tracks being "Skydiving" "Bug In The Wire" and "Five Year Mission".

Overall I would say it's a good album for any collection, even though it does have it's flaws. It's worth checking out!

Loren | 4/5 |

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