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3.13 | 13 ratings | 1 reviews | 8% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Sun You're My Son (13:58)
2. Transition A (2:17)
3. Mercury Who I Am (9:08)
4. Transiiton B (0:50)
5. Venus Brought You Roses Every Sunday (11:13)
6. Transition C (3:28)
7. Earth I'm Walking (13:16)
8. Transition D (2:13)
9. Mars Four Years Since (12:15)
10. Transition E (0:54)
11. Phaeton Don't Touch Me! (10:22)

Total time 79:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Oleg Anurin / vocals, flute, keyboards, didgeridoo
- Michael Zonov / guitars, vargan
- Michael Heifets / drums
- Vladimir Kislyakov / bass
- Mike Volokh / doudouk
- Aleksander Movsesyan / kemancha, kemani
- Roman Savin / vargan

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BATISFERA Solar Wind: The Inner Circle ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(8%)
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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Russian band BATISFERA was formed by Oleg Anurin back in 2007, and following an initial demo production interest about this new band was high. Following up this initial interest was halted when Anurin broke his hand however, but in 2012 Batisfera was back on track again, releasing their debut album "Solar Wind - The Inner Circle" on MALS Records towards the end of the year.

Symphonic progressive rock with quite a lot of its heart and soul placed in the 70's somewhere is what Batisfera provides on their debut album "Solar Wind - The Inner Circle", and explores in an elongated conceptual context as well. Apart from the lead vocals, which will be very much an acquired taste, this disc is a smorgasbord of delights for those who love this type of music, even if arguably staying put within the more accessible parts of it. This CD probably won't have a broad appeal due to the nature of the vocals, but if you tend to enjoy music of this kind it is a production that merits an inspection.

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