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LIVE AT ROSFEST

Resistor

Crossover Prog


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4 stars Great sounding live album from Resistor, a talented band with a unique sound. The set draws mostly from their acclaimed album "Rise", with tracks such as the instrumental "Spaceghetti" showcasing Unruh's violin skills and the quirky "Mimosa", as well as the enormous storytelling epic "The Land Of No Groove". That last one is sure to please prog fans who love a good long story (like, forty minutes long!) with lots of twists and turns. Terrific stuff! Also of note is the debut of the title track from the forthcoming fourth studio album called "To The Stars", and the set opener "Reincarnation" from their debut album - a track which I've long said has one of the best choruses I've EVER heard.

Recommended, especially for fans who can't wait to hear something new. They can at least sample a nice eleven minute track from the next album! Long live Resistor!

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