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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Labyrinth (Muséa Version) (4:38)
2. The Edge Of Darkness (10:30)
3. Time Paradox (5:12)
4. Awake (Muséa Version)(5:01)
5. Fall Into A Doze (7:39)
6. The Ruins Of A Glass Fortress - Part 1 (3:31)
7. The Ruins Of A Glass Fortress - Part 2 (8:29)

Total Time: 45:13

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Line-up / Musicians

- Toshio Egawa / keyboards
- Atsushi Hasegawa / bass
- Masuhiro Goto / drums & percussion

Special guest:
- Jean-Luc "F. Nazaki" vocals (on tracks 3 & 7)

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3.68
(41 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(24%)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(41%)
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Review by Greger
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4 stars The Japanese progressive rock trio GERARD is one of the most well known names in this genre from Japan. The band is lead by the keyboard player Toshio Egawa (ex. EARTHSHAKER, NOVELA, SCHEHERAZADE). Toshio is the main reason why GERARD have so many similarities to EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER. His virtuous keyboard playing brings ELP to mind and the band is a trio, just like ELP. What differs these to bands though, is that GERARD is heavier, almost towards hard rock now and then. They also have more instrumental songs than ELP. We're not talking about any ELP clones here; ELP is just mentioned to give you a hint of how GERARD sounds like. Their musical skills are breath taking, and hopefully this Musea release will help them to gain some attention even outside Japan. Because they really deserves it! Check it out!

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Posted Thursday, March 04, 2004

Review by lor68
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3 stars As usual it's another derivative work from Japan, in the vein of UK or ELP, whose technical aspects are evident, thanks also to Toshio Egawa's keyboards, but I don't think it's enough to make the present album a must-have (actually it's not recent at all, being produced in the course of 2000) ...first of all their classic prog "steers" in the direction of such metal prog (think of Dream Theater); secondly it seems an album by Yngwie Malmsteen, where They try to demonstrate They're fast as well as virtuosic in their execution, especially talking about their skill. Fortunately our favourite prog music is special thanks to other features, such as the sense of melody, the creativity or the intelligent dinamycs within the same suite. Are Gerard able to do that? I'm not sure about it and - moreover - the Japanese accented vocalist (Jean-Luc "F. Nazaki") - when He sings in his personal English - is just a little bit tiresome..nevertheless you can find some interesting characteristics inside: for example the bass guitar solo within "Freedom" or their attempt to emulate Il Banco of the Golden Age (the period concerning "Darwin"), during the interplay between the organ and the other instruments.

Then their experience and the sense of maturity too, taken directly from other live performances all over the world, are able to hide their defects quite well (I think of bands like Novela or Scheherazade for instance, always Japanese, sometimes touring in Europe in small gigs, winking at the Italian prog and at Renaissance by A. Haslam as well, to understand their purpose)...after all the bombastic albums by Ars Nova (probably the most acclaimed band of Italian classic prog style in Japan), whose members are determined women, doesn't represent the only way to play prog music in Japan...so at the end make your own choice regarding the collection of Japanese prog!!

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Posted Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Review by Gatot
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4 stars It seems like you have to collect all of their albums!

In my review of the Gerard's "Pendulum" (1996) album I put this statement to start my write-up:

I don't know whether it happened accidentally or not but for sure the music of Gerard - if I can tell you in a nutshell - is very similar with its counterpart from Japan: Ars Nova. Influence-wise both are similarly influenced by ELP and Triumvirat. While Ars Nova is very focus on Keith Emerson center of ELP music, Gerard is more towards emphasizing the symphonic side of ELP / Triumvirat. Gerard has more sense for melody as opposed to rapid-fire keyboard solo. However, you may hear segments with multi-layered keyboard textures combined with simple solo. Awesome. That's the overall picture about Gerard. But, talking about this album - when you listen to it at first spin, the music will ring you a bell on something you may have heard before: it's like a combination of Pendragon, Marillion, and ELP / Triumvirat. With the voice line by western vocalist Robin G. Suchy, the band can remove the Japanese- English dialect. Now, I think you have a complete picture about the music of Gerard.

In this "The Ruins Of A Glass Fortress" album which was released four years later (2000), the music of Gerard is consistent. I can conclude that they have been very happy with the direction of music they have taken. Having known this two albums, I conclude that I have to have all albums of Gerard. Why? The music of Gerard really fit my taste! As simple as that. But, does it fit your taste? I really do not know. If you love ELP or Rick Wakeman "Six Wives of Henry VIII" I would guarantee you would enjoy this album as well, and presumably other albums of Gerard. This album impresses me even from the start of the album which delivers a very dynamic movement through changing styles and tempo, pondering your pulse to pump your adrenalin flow faster. Well yeah .. the first two tracks "Labyrinth (Muséa Version)" (4:38) and "The Edge Of Darkness" (10:30) do bring good memory on the beauty of Rick Wakeman's "Six Wives of Henry VIII" where all the instruments involved contribute dynamically to the music. Keyboard moves in rapid-fire speed while drumming is also very dynamic, supported with tight basslines that make the compositions sound great to my ears.

It does not mean that only two tracks that really good from this album, because the track with vocal like "Time Paradox" (5:12) still maintain the dynamics of the music. Oh man . you should not miss this band, I tell you straight from my heard! In fact, right now I am listening through my Sennheiser PX-100 headphone system, the work of the bass guitar is really mind-boggling! Superb! Having known these three tracks only, actually it's justifiable to purchase this album. Other tracks are also excellent. The peak is really when we reach the album title track which comprises two tracks in which both of them are excellent.

Do not waste your time, just purchase this album soon! It's really worth it to have this album. Keep on proggin' ..!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

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Posted Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Review by snobb
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3 stars Comparing with Gerard's albums from mid 80-s, this one is really competent neo-prog work. The band started as very unbalanced bombastic keyboards-led symphonic prog band, in fact - ELP clone, but with absolute accent on keyboards passages. After some albums and some line-up changes they discovered that even bombastic symphonic clones need rhythm section.

But their progression was quite impressive with time. Somewhere in 90-s they added fusion influenced rhythm section, different (and really better) vocals and more modern keyboards sound. From that moment their albums, even if not original, have quite pleasant and acceptable sound, and could attract keyboards-led bombastic symphonic prog fans.

The Ruins Of A Glass Fortress is one between their good works. On the edge of the new Millennium the band balanced their vintage symphonic prog (with slight fusion influence) well. Compositions are quite melodic, even if often faceless. You will hardly find there any innovative move, but at least this music is good clone release for fans of great symphonic prog bands from early 70-s.

My rating is 3+.

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Review by b_olariu
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3 stars 3.5 really

The ruins of a glass fortress from 2000 is another worthy release from this japanese band. This time, I mean from previous 2 albums they optain for a distinct direction towards Triumvirat, UK and even Rick Wakeman influences here and there. The influences from the bands mentioned above are more evident here in contrast with early works, because the head of the band Toshio Egawa take out from the arrangements the guitar, no trace of this instrument here, and because of that the passages are keyboard driven prog. Not bad, really, but is not fantastic either, hardly original album and little flat in some parts, but the skills and talent of Egawa make from this album a real pleasent ride, not to mention that the rhythmic section is quite great and solid. Also in some moments I trace some fusion elements specilly in bass/drums category, where the instruments are complex and complicated, I like the bass lines very much. The opening track Labyrinth and Fall Into A Doze are the best from here, instrumental with complex moves, twist lots of layers, speedy keyboards and some dark atmosphere overall, but in the end really good I might say. All album is instrumental minus two pieces where features Jean-Luc "F. Nazaki", and to my opinion his voice is horrible at best, so I will not count this bad section from my rating system. So, even the arrangements and overall sound is more modern then let's say on Empty lie, empty dream from their early works, I prefer that 1985 album face this The ruins, because of the guitar who gives a more melodic , dynamic and overall better atmopshere to my ears. 3 stars rounded to 3.5 , excellent cover art, like on almost all Gerard albums, that romantic aproach very much in vein with the music offered. Good band, I like what I've heared so far from their catalogue, so for sure I will buy more of their albums.

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5 stars If you like bands like ELP or UK than you will like this album very much. After the great albums The Pendulum and meridian here we have The Ruins of a Glass fortress. This album takes you back to Danger Money from U.K. but very stronger and powerfull. The organ and synthesizers are like Eddie Jo ... (read more)

Report this review (#156517) | Posted by Rudy | Tuesday, December 25, 2007 | Review Permanlink

5 stars A precious cover leads to a precious LP, where the keyboards are the princes of sound in a allegorical composition born in Japan, a land growing in good music, not even copied, but improved that the made in the rest of the world. An essential buying. ... (read more)

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