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LOST IN PERCEPTION

Retrospective

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3.85 | 20 ratings | 3 reviews | 32% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing


01. The End Of The Winter Lethargy 5:30
02. Huge Black Hole 3:58
03. Egoist 5:32
04. Lunch 6:34
05. Our Story Is Beginning Now 3:58
06. Tomorrow Will Change 6:19
07. Musical Land 4:23
08. Ocean Of A Little Thoughts 3:45
09. Swallow The Green Tone 10:34

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Line-up / Musicians


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


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Progressive Promotion PPRCD009

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RETROSPECTIVE Lost in Perception ratings distribution


3.85
(20 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(32%)
32%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(32%)
32%
Good, but non-essential (32%)
32%
Collectors/fans only (5%)
5%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by kev rowland
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4 stars I don't know why it has taken these Polish proggers four years since 'Stolen Thoughts', but at last they are back with their new album. What we have here is a solid combination of prog rock, prog metal, classic rock and a host of other influences. Jakub Roszak has a very strong voice and can either drive a song along or be more reflective as on "Lunch" where he duets with Beata Łagoda. They mix Muse with Porcupine Tree in a way that is immediate and inviting to the proghead, while never losing any of the power and thrust of a hard rock band. They can slow it down or speed it up, yet always with the vocals at the heart of what they are doing.

In many ways this is a very mature piece of work, layered and thoughtful with strong production. This is yet another album that proves that prog music is very much alive and well in Poland, and luckily their website can be read by those who prefer English at www.retrospective.pl . Sheer class from beginning to end.

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Posted Monday, December 10, 2012

Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Polish band RETROSPECTIVE started out back in 2005, formed by Robert Kusik and Maciej Klimek. Since then the band has expanded to a total of six members, and they now have one EP and two full length albums to their name. "Lost in Perception" is the most recent of these, and was released by the German label Progressive Promotion Records in the late fall of 2012.

Retrospective's second full length CD "Lost in Perception" is a production that should find favor amongst most with a taste for accessible, melodic progressive rock. Fans of bands like Porcupine Tree will perhaps be the main and key audience, although I suspect that quite a few followers of neo progressive rock might also find this disc to be a tantalizing and intriguing experience overall.

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3 stars This is a band that I had VERY high expectations for after falling under their spell with their first and second albums, 2007's EP, Spectrum of the Green Morning, and 2008's Stolen Thoughts, but this output is sorely disappointing. The music lacks any interesting development or emotional impac ... (read more)

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