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THE CIRCLE OF MADNESS

Kaos Moon

 

Crossover Prog

3.16 | 22 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars There are fourteen musicians who participate on this record, of course the majority are guests, but this shows the variety and fullness of sound that is produced by KAOS MOON. The most appealing thing about this band for me is their singer, who reminds me very much of the singer for THE WATCH. The music they create is quite catchy almost poppy with plenty of guitar and some great bass playing. There are just so many instruments involved including church organ and hammond organ, moog, cello, violin, sax, grand piano and on and on.

"Eternal Light Avenue" is an awesome song, with a great chorus, including soaring guitar and guitar solos."Say To Me" features hammond organ and sax and the amazing vocals of Bernard. "Crawl" is a little poppy, but still good. "The Waves" is another highlight, a mellow song with beautiful piano, violin and keyboards. Another good song is "Soab" and it's all about the vocals on this one. "Presidency" is an anti-Bush rant that I don't appreciate, yet goes with the theme of the next song "Circle of Madness" suggesting that many of the world leaders are lunatics.

This is an good release of well done songs, that will for the most part brighten your day.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |

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