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The Enid

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Studio Album, released in 1983

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Raindown (5:33)
2. Jessica (4:14)
3. And then there were none (4:20)
4. Evensong (5:42)
5. Bright star (3:56)
6. Letter From America (3:06)*
7. Song or Europe (4:18)
8. Something wicked this way comes (10:16)

Total Time: 41:25

Bonus tracks on cd release:
9. The sun (4:40)
10. Judgment (8:12)
11. The Dreamer (9:04)

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Line-up / Musicians

- Robert John Godfrey / keyboards, vocals
- Chris North / drums, percussion
- Stephen Stewart / guitars, bass, backing vocals
+ Robbie Dobson / drums (11)
- Francis Lickerish / guitars, bass (11)

Releases information

LP: The Enid #ENID 3 (1983) / CD: Mantella #MNTLCD1 (1993)

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3.64
(29 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(10%)
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Review by loserboy
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3 stars Without a question England's ENID are an acquired taste. Although predominantly an instrumental band, this was their first recording to feature vocals. This was another concept album written during and about the world of nuclear weapon and the potential effects and the destruction of the world. The ENID are Robert John Godfrey - keyboards, Stephen Stewart - guitar, Chris North - drums, percussion and Francis Lickerish - bass. The ENID are known for their Symphonic song orientated orchestal music and that is exactly what "Something Wicked This Way Comes" delivers. The vocals and instumentation actually take on a 60's layered feel and seems to blend in complete contrast to the music. Without a question while this album plays to the popular side of music lovers it also will please the more "listening" crowd. A very creative album from start to finish.

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Posted Sunday, April 25, 2004

Review by JLocke
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4 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this album. It's the first The Enid record I can honestly say hasn't needed time to grow on me. Maybe that's why thus far it's gotten such mixed ratings? It seems a tradition among prog elitists to give catchy, sensible music a low score, whole praising and drooling over some of the most boring dribble the genre has to offer. Though I suppose I'm not being very fair; 4 ratings is hardly enough to get a realistic average. Nevertheless, I was floored when I realized that as of this writing, ''Something Wicked'' is the lowest-rated Studio album from this band. It seems much easier to digest musically than much of its peers, but that doesn't detract from its quality or 'worthiness'.

Frankly, I think having a more traditional take to the presentation and songwriting is a good thing, especially where this band is concerned. when you talk about The Enid, you either get a lot of love or a lot of hate; not much middle-ground is present when it comes to people's opinions of these guys, from what I've experienced. I suppose that's due to the music itself: powerful, profound and not afraid of being a little pompous now and again. There isn't much debate on what this band is about musically, so anybody who doesn't like classically-influenced pop music should definitely stay away.

However, in this album's case, there seems to be much more 'pop' than 'classical' present in the music itself, which makes it a rarity in The Enid's catalogue. A rarity, as well as one of the few records non-fans might be able to half-stand. This makes a kind of 'middle-ground' for us divided Prog listeners. Fans and non-fans a like will most likely find something to enjoy in here, and I see nothing wrong with that. perhaps the 'catchy' qualities to some of the songs on this outing make some more die-hard The Enid listeners uncomfortable, though it really shouldn't. If anything, this album may serve as a gateway for those who wish to expand their horizons, but need a little familiarity in order to truly take the plunge. Plenty of traditional, ballad-like electric guitar can be heard here, and the melodies featured are truly remarkable and beautiful.

The biggest difference this time around is that, as far as I know, this wad the first The Enid album to feature vocals. Once again, some may find this break from tradition a poor move, but I myself find that the addition of vocal melody and lyrics add even more depth to this undoubtedly complex and heavy-handed music. It adds complexity, yet with a flare of the familiar so as to not scare off the newcomers. Honestly, as I mentioned earlier, this is the perfect marriage of elements that should appeal to all corners of the prog community. I would say my personal favorite tracks on this recording are 'Raindown', 'Jessica', 'Bright Star', and the title track, 'Something Wicked This Way Comes'.

The album is light despite its complexity, lyrically deep despite its poppy flavoring, and so short, it'll be over before you think it's barely begun. So taking all that into account, you should give this one a chance, even if you have tried to get into The Enid before with no luck. As for you long-time fans, show some love and give this album more positive reviews. It seems to not be very well- known on here as of right now, and that should honestly change. It's really quite good.

A solid 4. Happy Listening.

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Posted Saturday, February 13, 2010

Review by AtomicCrimsonRush
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Symphonic Team
4 stars The Enid's album "Something Wicked This Way Comes" begins with ethereal musical arrangements on 'Rain Down', a majestic build up of brass, and ghostly effects. The guitars and synthesizers add a layer of atmospherics. The real surprise, in fact delight, are the vocals. After listening to their "Aerie faire Nonsense" instrumental opus, and not enjoying their full blown classical music, I was pleasantly taken in by this new approach to the music. The vocals definitely add a depth that was missing on AFN. This feels more like a progressive album due to the mix of orchestra, vocals and guitars. The atmosphere is darker than previous albums; haunting refrains and smoky synthesizer washes are dreamlike but never dull. The vocals are very strange, almost Magma like if I may be so bold, there are backwards sweep ups and tribal drums, a rain dance if you will. The drums are fantastic on this. I adore this track, it may be my favourite The Enid track. It certainly buries most of the stuff on their 2nd and 3rd albums.

'Jessica' is a quiet melodic piece with shrilly pipes and beautiful piano. The acoustic flourishes and flute add a lovely element. The music gets louder with well executed lead guitars and there is a mystical medieval feel to the melodies. A solid instrumental. 'And Then There Were None' has some innovative passages of music. The vocals return, sung well and with feeling, the style reminding me of Genesis, or The Moody Blues. The tune is whimsical and hard to grasp, an odd time signature, very proggy. There are some loud staccato crashes on guitar on this too, blended win with soft flute; quite innovative music.

'Evensong' has a creepy string intro with a portentous atmosphere. It builds to a sensitive brass solo and some nice guitar tones. Beautiful instrumental, but I was hoping the next track would not be more of the same as I feel the music suffers when it becomes predictable.

'Bright Star' has some sweeping synthesizer sounds to intro it. Then a strange pitchy motif locks in, with spacey effects and lead guitar solos. The brass is precariously layered over this. It is very intricate creative music, but I missed the vocals at this stage that were such a nice touch at the beginning of the album.

'Song For Europe' is much louder and has multi layers of brass and very strong guitars, Mike Oldfield style. It settle into a very quiet passage of flute and pipes, before the drums crash in again and the piercing guitars return. The drums are once again aggressively pounded in a tribal manner. A great instrumental.

'Something Wicked....' ends the album on a lengthy note. The piano and gentle guitar kick things off. Hallelujah! The vocals return, and they were needed I can tell you as I was beginning to be lulled off to sleep. The vocals are really a key feature of the album giving you something to grasp onto; "something wicked this way, and singing songs of war, arm yourselves, arm yourselves, no need to fear, your dying mother is here... oh, wonderful world, a passing dream, oh wonderful world..." The harmonies are nice, the lyrics are surreal, but this is powerful stuff. The blend of orchestral arrangements and synth are compelling. Once the vocals disappear, the instrumental passage dominates with a strong beat. There is a spacey guitar solo at 7 minutes in, that I am fond of. The chorus section returns until a woodwind section takes precedence. At 8:30 a haunting harmonious vocal echoes over the piano phrases, and then the piano takes over beautifully as synth pads come over like waves of sound. The sound of water splashing adds to the mood and fades out. A very unusual but inspiring piece of music.

This may be the best album of The Enid, though classical music fans may want to turn to "Aerie Faerie Nonsense", which is not my taste. "Something Wicked..." is certainly one of the strongest albums from the band and I can recommend this along with "In The Region of the Summer Stars".

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Posted Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Review by ClemofNazareth
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Folk Researcher
3 stars Contrary to popular belief Pye Records didn't fold in 1980, it simply changed names to PRT (and I believe changed ownership or at least management as well). But they weren't doing particularly well financially and probably wouldn't have promoted The Enid well anyway so the two departed ways following the release of 'Six Pieces'. This would be the first studio release on the band's own ENID label (the two Hammersmith live albums predated it just slightly).

The band also lost Francis Lickerish and William Gilmour, followed several months later by drummer Chris North and Martin Russell who had provided the third set of keyboard hands on 'Six Pieces'. That left Robert John Godfrey and Stephen Stewart (plus occasional friends) as all that remained of The Enid. Lickerish and Gilmour would resurface together years later as core members of the neo-symphonic/folk group Secret Green. North and Russell would form Craft. Original member David Storey (who left prior to 'Six Pieces') would reappear with the band on occasion in later years, but to the best of my knowledge none of the members from the first four album ever showed up on an Enid album or tour after 'Something Wicked?'.

This was the first album to feature vocals, written I believe by North with contributions by Godfrey. The story is not particularly original (post-apocalyptic mankind), especially given the times as punk and anger were in high fashion and the Cold War was coming to a head. And in fact the lyrics tend to be a bit Pollyanna at times, but the album was fairly well received and I believe became their biggest commercial success along with the supporting tour that followed.

The songs here are characterized by a rather noticeable 80s feel including a rather more polyphonic and at times almost glam sheen than anything the band had done prior. Godfrey's vocals smack of Bowie circa the Berlin years with a bit of Freddie Mercury's stage presence, no small feat considering Godfrey wasn't really known as a gregarious showman. It's an interesting stylistic change for what was left of the group, although I can't say always a welcome one. The opening track is misleading as what follows settles into more of the contemporary classical feel of prior Enid albums, though nowhere near the orchestral magnificence of the first two albums. While the vocals weren't particularly well received by older fans they did help the band acquire some new ones, and these tended to be just as rabidly loyal as those who caught onto the band in their early years. I suppose there wouldn't have been many more Enid albums had this one not been the financial windfall for Godfrey and Stewart that it was.

That said, this certainly isn't my favorite The Enid album, but it isn't the least favorite either. It's a decent record though not nearly as unique as their first four. A solid three stars as far as I'm concerned but certainly no more than that, and not recommended as a gateway album to the band since it isn't a true representation of what most of their music sounds like. Worth picking up but if you really want to learn about the band start with the first two records before listening to this one.

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5 stars With the dawn of the eighties came more turmoil for The Enid. Most of the band members would end up departing for other musical ventures. By 1982, only two would be left to go on. Left to carry the burden were Robert John Godfrey (keyboardist) and Stephen Stewart (guitarist), who both would re ... (read more)

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4 stars The Enid effectively disintegrated after Pye records went bankrupt. This is the first album they made after the disintegration which saw the band shrink from a six-piece right down to a three piece --Robert John Godfrey; Stephen Stewart and Chris North . They also recruited Kevin Godley and ... (read more)

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