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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Can You Hack It? (5:10)
2. This Is Life (5:51)
3. Space and Time (4:46)
4. Undercurrents (0:54)
5. All Through Your Life (5:42)
6. Here Comes the Great Collapse (7:15)
7. Broaden Your Horizons (5:17)
8. Undercurrents II (4:25)
9. Everyone Hears Voices (4:48)
10. Triumph of the Soul (4:35)

Total time 48:43

Line-up / Musicians

- Tim Burness / vocals, guitars, e-bow, loops, keyboards, programming
- Keith Hastings / bass
- Fudge Smith / drums
- Monty Oxy Moron / keyboards
- Julian Franks / tabla, percussion
- Chris Cordrey / hammer dulcimer
- Pok / mandola
- Tim Herman / saxophone
- Martin Franklin / samples, programming
- Julian Tardo / bass, programming

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars UK based artist Tim Burness has been an active solo artist for quite a few years now; and has produced a nice album with his 2007 creation Vision On.

Symphonic rock from the 70's is a big influence on the compositions; and the output of Steve Hackett in particular, as heard on the opening number. There's quite a few spacier moments here too though, in sound perhaps a tad closer to Hawkwind than Burness' stated idols Pink Floyd. Still, the symphonic leanings are most prominent, in tunes which apart from that have leanings towards pop music; and which probably will appeal more to fans of Neo than classic symphonic rock.

It's a mixed production though; some songs just doesn't manage to cut it. Burness' isn't a great singer either, and especially on the calmer, ballad-like songs his vocals tend to grate a bit. Quite a few goodies in here too though, with -Broaden Your Horizons- as my personal selection from this release.

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3 stars Tim Burness is a prog icon of the eighties who released the excellent Burnessence albums. Tim's comeback is very welcome then. In the previous productions, the influences were clearly King Crimson's with some neo prog spices of course. With this new opus, the colour is more Pendragon-like. Is ... (read more)

Report this review (#266498) | Posted by Thierry | Tuesday, February 16, 2010 | Review Permanlink

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