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3.64 | 37 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Reach The Sky (12:13)
2. Liar (4:37)
3. Out on the Street (5:37)
4. Long Distance (Yes Cover) (4:37)
5. Lift Me Up (3:54)
6. Journeys (4:13)
7. Walls In My Mind (9:37)
8. Two of Us (Supertramp Cover) (3:16)
9. No Belief (5:20)
10. Hiding Out (8:08)

Total Time 61:32

Line-up / Musicians

- Christian Postl / vocals, keyboards, guitars, bass, mandoline

- Christina Booth / vocals
- Vipo Maat / guitar
- Ian Bairnson / guitar solos
- Stephan Treutter / drums
- Tom Appel / vocals (9)
- Evi Melzer / backing vocals (5, 7)
- Ossi Schaller / guitar (6)
- Martin Keeser / piano (4, 8, 10)
- Phil Rissettio / drums (8)

Releases information

CD Gentle Art Of Music ‎- GAOM 037 (2015, Germany)

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PARZIVALS EYE Defragments ratings distribution

(37 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(38%)
Good, but non-essential (30%)
Collectors/fans only (19%)
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4 stars German band PARZIVALS EYE was formed by Chris Postl a few years back, initially as a side venture from his endeavors in RPWL, unless I'm much mistaken. Postl left RPWL a year after the release of Parzivals Eye's debut album "Fragments", however, and it would appear that Parzivals Eye is now his main band. "Defragments" is the combo's second CD, and was released by the German label Gentle Art of Music in 2015.

Well made and well performed melodic rock with some progressive intent, or perhaps progressive rock with a distinct mainstream, melodic rock orientation, is what Parzivals Eye provides us with their second album "Defragments". While I wouldn't expect die hard fans of a band like King Crimson to salivate over this album, those fond of Postl's previous band RPWL, their compatriots Sylvan and other artists of a similar nature would appear to be a key audience for this album, as would those who tend to enjoy elegant rock of the melodic variety.

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