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3.93 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Wild Ocean (4:30)
2. Windmezzo (1:46)
3. Enemy God (3:59)
4. Days After (5:25)
5. Berlingia (4:10)
6. Airly Tale (4:56)
7. Poseidonia (3:17)
8. Dreamseeker (3:32)
9. Awaker (6:02)
10. Psycollapse (4:30)
11. Long Road (6:20)

Total time 49:09

Line-up / Musicians

- Takuya Morita / vocals, keyboards
- Kazuo Katayama / drums
- Masami Katsuura / guitars
- Hiroaki Fuji / bass
- Tsutomu Tamura / guitars
- Kouichi Korenaga / guitars
- Kenichi Nagatomo / guitars
- Sakko Ishino / violin

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Musea Records

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QUASER Delta Flux ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(57%)
Good, but non-essential (43%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Japanese band QUASER was originally formed back in 1976, and was an active live unit until disbanding in the early 80's. But following a decade of inactivity the members decided to give it a second go, and have been a going concern since 1993. "Delta Flux" is their most recent production, and was released by Poseidon Records in Japan and Musea Records worldwide in 2011.

Quaser's fourth full length production documents a band secure in its nature, featuring material of a fairly refined nature, generally melodic and harmonic, but with a fair degree of details for the attentive listener to savor. As far as a target audience is concerned, fans of neo progressive rock and symphonic art rock should both take the time to find out if "Delta Flux" is a production that could be to their liking. My estimated guess is that they'll appeal to any of the factions.

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