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Retrospective Spectrum of the Green Morning album cover
4.09 | 25 ratings | 2 reviews | 16% 5 stars

Excellent addition to any
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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Enemy World Vision (7:40)
2. Some Kind of Hope (4:43)
3. Pink Elephant Missed (4:12)
4. Waking Up in the Zoo (8:13)
5. Regret and Frightened Child (5:39)
6. Have in Mind (4:10)

Total Time 34:37

Line-up / Musicians

- Maciej Klimek / guitar
- Robert Kusik / drums
- Beata Łagoda / keyboards
- Łukasz Marszałek / bass
- Jakub Roszak / vocals
- Alan Szczepaniak / guitar

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RETROSPECTIVE Spectrum of the Green Morning ratings distribution

(25 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(16%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(56%)
Good, but non-essential (24%)
Collectors/fans only (4%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by BrufordFreak
COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars Finally! An album whose absence from the PA radar is shocking to me! "Between RIVERSIDE and PEARL JAM" is so accurate! Try the free downloads, "Regret and Frightened Child" (9/10) and "Enemy World Vision" (10/10) from and you will discover an absolutely amazing sound of this somehow not-yet-'discovered' band from Poland! The 2007 EP shows signs of 'imaturity'--mostly in production and lack of variation in composition and sound--though song 6, "Have in Mind" (7/10) is different in its keyboard (a poor-man's electric piano) intro & foundation, and song 3 "Pink Elephant Missed" (6/10) is also different in that it has a more rock'n'roll feel to it--like PEARL JAM trying to do LED ZEPPELIN. Song 2, "Some Kind of Hope" (6/10) sounds a bit too much like "Regret..." and "Enemy..." though is flawed in its having less polish in the recording mix. Song 4, "Waking Up in the ZOO," (8/10) is quite good with tight RIVERSIDE-like drums and bass and an interesting ALEX LIFESON/RUSH-sounding guitar cranking out the power chords. The vocalist is excellent--very much like a cross between Eddie Vedder and Mariuz Duda (which becomes more Eddie Vedder-like in their next album)--though the lyrics of several of these songs could use a little boost. This is definitely a band that needs/deserves to be heard. If you like RIVERSIDE, you will love this album! Highly recommended. 4 stars.

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5 stars this album is splendid in the vein of riverside , vocals texture almost the same but ( duda is so great with his voice ) , also , retrospective play in the same register , strong drums , powerful guitars ( less melodic than riverside ) but the fact is : real fusion with all the musicians to pr ... (read more)

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