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3.26 | 11 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Someday, somehow (4:05)
2. Moonsong (3:53)
3. Decision (5:10)
4. Snowdance (7:15)
5. Angel dream (4:25)
6. Mistaken (4:06)
7. Invisible ties (12:08)
8. Children of the flame (4:13)

Total Time: 45:15

Line-up / Musicians

- Fanni Völgyessy Szomor / vocals
- Károly Dorogi / narration, bass guitar
- Zsolt Kosztyu / guitars
- Tamás Nádházy / drums
- Gergö Szabó / keyboards

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YOU AND I Go ratings distribution

(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(36%)
Good, but non-essential (45%)
Collectors/fans only (9%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

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Review by Eetu Pellonpaa
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
3 stars The music on this record is very accessible, modern sounding and pop oriented. Probably fans of 90's Yes and the music of Asia might like this quite much, and to be frank, some songs in my opinion are in the grey zone of concepts of "prog" and "commercial" rock music, like the music of group mentionded later are too. The vocals of Ms. Szomor are pleasant and fine, quite soft and tender, and the lyrics seem to focus to human relationships instead of more escapistic fantasy themes. The music is professionally created, some arrangements are actually very nice, but it's sounds are still resembling more pop/rock than classical music oriented. Overall quality is very balanced, there doesn't seem to be much filler tracks included. Song "Snowdance" starts with pleasant smooth spacey intro, waking the sensors of a spacehead, and it is quite openly flowing track, still following the overall style of the record. "Invisible Ties" is the longest song in the album, and maybe the most interesting of them. There are pleasant logical changes in it, which do not jump around chaotiaclly, and the pop elements are dominant here too like in the other songs. I would personally like this act more if they would have focused more to this kind of compositions. If the style is your cup of tea, being soft & tender artistic pop/rock in vein of the style of symphonic giants from the change of millenium, check this record out. Though this approach does not totally fit to my own taste criteias, listening the record trough was a relaxing experience, and I do not doubt it merits, though I'm little uncertain if it offers anything totally groudbreaking.

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4 stars The second You and I album is a clear step-up from the debut record: now they have a living drummer in the band. You and I for me has been always one of the best prog bands from Hungary. This time they've kept a little distance from their YES influences and took a more original direction. The ... (read more)

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