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3.13 | 8 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Rosetta (6:49)
2. Man From The Forest (8:35)
3. Dayflower - Part Three (6:29)
4. Heliopause (6:16)
5. Alive (7:05)
6. Anonymous (6:11)

Total Time: 41:25

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Line-up / Musicians

- Kenji Tanaka / guitars
- Katsu Sato / drums
- Dani (KBB) / bass
- Watanabe Nobuo / keyboards
- Sayuri Aruga / vocals

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CD Musea Records FGBG 4706 (2007)

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3.13
(8 ratings)
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Review by erik neuteboom
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3 stars For me this band their eponymous debut album belongs to the All Time Japanese Progrock Albums Top 10, so captivating and dynamic with excellent work on keyboards, guitar and violin. Unfortunately that violin has disappeared and the band also has another bass - and keyboard player.

In general the six compositions on this new album sound fluent and dynamic (at some moments more mellow or compelling) with an omnipresent role for the powerful and often fiery electric guitar with strong jazzrock undertones. The colouring of the songs by the keyboards is very pleasant, from soaring Mellotron or sparkling piano to flashy synthesizer flights or a swirling Hammond organ solo. The interplay between the musicians is awesome and the female singer delivers a decent performance. Although the compositions sound fluent and tasteful with good work on guitar and keyboards, I prefer their debut CD because it sounds more captivating and compelling to me. Nonetheless, Indifferent is a good album that will please the jazzrock aficionados. My rating: 3,5 stars.

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Posted Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Review by Mellotron Storm
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3 stars INTERPOSE really impressed me with their debut, something about it really struck a chord with me. So yes I had high hopes for this one only to be left feeling...well...indifferent.

"Rosetta" is my favourite off the album and I really thought it was a sign of good things to come when I first heard it.It kicks in right away with the organ out in front then it settles quickly. It picks back up with guitar leading this time. Vocals after a minute.The organ is back 2 1/2 minutes in. "Man From The Forest" becomes jazzy rather quickly then those reserved female vocals come in as it settles right down. Marching style drums join in with intricate guitar then it kicks back in before 5 1/2 minutes with the guitar out in front. It settles again late.

"Dayflower-Part Three" is eventually led by reserved vocals with piano and acoustic guitar. This is quite mellow. Drums after 2 minutes then the tempo picks up. The organ and guitar come and go. "Heliopause" features both the organ and guitar standing out early. Vocals before 2 minutes. It turns jazzy before 4 minutes as it settles. "Alive" opens with piano before drums and reserved vocals take over. Piano is back before 4 minutes as the vocals stop. Guitar comes in as well then the vocals return later. "Anonymous" kicks in right away with the organ and drums leading. Vocals arrive as it settles. Kind of jazzy here too. Some intense organ and guitar before 5 minutes then it settles again.

Something from the debut is seriously missing from this album. Mellotron and violin might be the answer but it's more than that.

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