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2.90 | 55 ratings | 2 reviews | 11% 5 stars

Good, but non-essential

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. (pol. Muzyka, która jest w nas, jest ponad nami) (1:52)
2. Za nami wieki wojowników (pamięci Silesian Blues Band) (4:08)
3. W ogrodzie snu (6:34)
4. Pieśń stojącego w bramie (4:38)
5. Knowing Where You Belong (4:37)
6. Pisze to życie scenariusze (4:28)
7. ...or Whatever (5:17)
8. Całkiem spokojne zmęczenie (5:41)
9. W oceanie się zanurza Liverpool (2:40)
10. Star of Hope (pamięci Ryśka Riedla) (6:40)
11. Don't Look Back (9:22)

Total time: 55:57

Bonus tracks on 2006 Metal Mind ENH CD:
12. Całkiem spokojne zmęczenie (first mix) (5:41)
Video: Całkiem spokojne zmęczenie (4:22)

Line-up / Musicians

- Józef Skrzek / vocals, Kurzweil 2600, MiniMoog, Hammond, bass, harmonica
- Antymos Apostolis / guitars, bass, keyboards, percussions, vocals (1)
- Paul Wertico / drums, vocals (5)

Releases information

Artwork: Maciej Liesinski

CD Pomaton EMI ‎- 7243 5 42648 2 (2002, Poland)
CD Metal Mind Productions - MMP CD DG 0338 (2006, Poland) 24-bit remaster by Marcin Mikulski with 1 bonus track plus a video clip

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SBB Nastroje ratings distribution

(55 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(13%)
Good, but non-essential (53%)
Collectors/fans only (15%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

SBB Nastroje reviews

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Review by snobb
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
3 stars First SBB studio album in two decades. Only two members are original - the drummer is American Paul Wertico.

Too many time is gone from them being leading Eastern European prog band in early 70-s. Even if they played (and even recorded) many concerts in early 00', this album is interesting because it contains new material.

As old SBB fan I have really nostalgic feeling to band music, so it wasn't easy to judge this album. First of all every their early albums fan will easily recognize band's characteristic guitar sound, vocals (even if some songs are sung in English on this album) and most important - atmosphere. And it's a great part of my opinion.

From other hand, album is obviously unfocused, besides of few great songs contains many fillers, many moments are just out of place. It was re-released by EMI, and it obviously means one big reason of such album was just money. It didn't destroy whole impression, but besides of pleasant nostalgic feeling there are mixed impression when you listen it as well.

Few songs from very beginning sounds more as pop-rock nostalgic tunes, then things became better, but again, very eclectic mix of styles, ballades, instrumentals,some out of place long solos, strange vocals look more as collection of out-takes, unreleased materials or rehearsal recordings than real new studio album.

Mostly release for old fans and collectors, it contains a few good songs though. Possibly more important starting from this album's release the band returned to active recordings, and new albums are coming regularly till now. From what I heard of that period the band can hardly repeat their success from 70-s, but they are still attractive for their old fans.

My rating is 2,5, rounded to 3.

Latest members reviews

2 stars Sadly, this is a rather forgettable release. This legendary band have always excelled at being original and innovative. Their spirited live performances display exceptional intensity. In the studio they focus on more lyrical pieces that often contain spacey arrangements, but generally in a mo ... (read more)

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