Parzivals Eye


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3.97 | 36 ratings | 2 reviews | 28% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Longings End (13:24)
2. Signs (4:32)
3. Fragments (6:06)
4. Face My Fear (4:49)
5. Meanings (3:42)
6. Skylights (7:33)
7. Disguise (6:24)
8. Chicago (8:01)
9. Where Have Your Flowers Gone (4:41)
10. Through Your Mind (4:24)
11. Wide World (6:34)
12. Another Day (9:59) (bonus track)

Total Time: 79:59


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Line-up / Musicians

- Christ Postl / vocals, bass, keyboards, guitar
- Christina Booth / vocals
- Alan Reed / vocals
- Ian Bairnson / guitars
- Yogi Lang / keyboards
- Ossi Schaller / guitars
- Hannes Weigend / drums

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Red Farm Records

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PARZIVALS EYE Fragments ratings distribution

(36 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(28%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(44%)
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Review by Marty McFly
4 stars Huh ? Unlike anything I heard so far in this style, because style of singing in first song, Longing Endings - two words, then pause between lyrics line, but instruments stops too. It sounds quite progressive (just try it too), even it's simple idea. Maybe somebody used it already, but 1)not in that way, 2)I haven't heard, or remember it so well, or 3)no one did this in this style. And towards the end of the song, heavier sound is incorporated, before finally returning back. It's beautiful music. Very melodic and symphonic (OK, that doesn't mean Symphony Prog instantly, I know it).

Simply pure beauty.

Second song, Signs is done in heavier style completely, (Heavy Neo, maybe Prog Metal little bit) and rest is switching between these two ways. Of course they're different, it's just my general sorting. Quite big element here is also overpowering sound, strings, guitar, vocals together making "impression".

4(+), refreshing, feeling "brand new", but very melodic. Take caution, those of you who can't handle it well. And it's also so long, but long = more of these good tunes in this case. And with nice surprise in form of Magenta's singer, Christina, she can always please me. These days it looks like that boundaries between Neo and Symphonic are slowly melting away and these two becoming one now.

EDIT: After let's say ten listens, I still am amazed. Only lesser disappointment is second track, but not so bad as it seemed before. But little bit annoyed by certain things

EDIT2: After three weeks of listening, I think that I'm ready to lower the rating.


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Posted Sunday, October 18, 2009

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4 stars At times sounding much like another RPWL recording (and that isn't such a bad thing), this work throws occasional curveballs. Some hit the heart of the plate for strikes (i.e. good things) while others are completely out of the strike zone (not good). The collaboration with RPWL's Chris Postl ... (read more)

Report this review (#262315) | Posted by beebs | Sunday, January 24, 2010 | Review Permanlink

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