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SUBSPACE RADIO

Subspace Radio

 

Heavy Prog

2.42 | 5 ratings

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pirkka
4 stars It is courageous to publish a bands debut album self. And produce it self as well. The band must really have confidence in themselves. And why shouldn't Subspace Radio have! Great playing and good singing. Experienced team work. This could be a great album and actually there are many good moments in it.

If you should name a band which influence can be heard it would be Rush. And that can be heard in the fact that the songs are a bit monotonous and that arrangements are such that all play all the time. It becomes a bit boring and exhausting. But if you like songs with sustaining soundspaces and steady rhythms this just might be music for you. With the critics I don't mean that this is a bad album. No, not at all. Not only is this good, this would be a good addition to any prog collection. Therefore I give it 3 and round it upwords.

pirkka | 4/5 |

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