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4.30 | 42 ratings | 1 reviews | 57% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tick Tock Part I (9:27)
2. Tick Tock Part II (8:05)
3. Vulture (5:45)
4. I've Been Walking Part 1 (9:46)
5. The Wizard of Altai Mountains (4:23)
6. I've Been Walking Part 2 (12:31)
7. Splendid Isolation (8:11)
8. Upside Down (10:17)
9. Massive Illusion (10:58)

Total Time 79:23

1. Tick Tock Part I (7:15)
2. Tick Tock Part II (9:00)
3. Vulture (5:53)
4. Golem (6:09)
5. I've Been Walking (9:40)
6. The Wizard of Altai Mountains (4:23)
7. I've Been Walking Part 2 (13:04)
8. Winter Is Never (8:52)
9. Dingler's Horses (5:08)
10. Splendid Isolation (8:38)
11. Black Lily (5:32)
12. Vera (8:20)
13. Upside Down (11:21)
14. Massive Illusion (11:05)

Total Time 114:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Jan Henrik Ohme / vocals
- Jon-Arne Vilbo / guitars
- Thomas Andersen / keyboards, programming
- Lars Erik Asp / drums
- Kristian Torp / bass
- Mikael KrÝmer / violin, mandolin

Releases information

CD+DVD Kscope (April 27, 2015, digipack, with a 24-page colour booklet)

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GAZPACHO Night of the Demon ratings distribution

(42 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(57%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (7%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (2%)

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars This cd/dvd combo is from a show recorded April 12, 2014 at De Boerdrerij, Zoetermeer. The dvd has 5 more tracks then the cd. It's start strongly with the dark song "Tick Tock" part one, and immediately we can appreciate the clear production of the music. This band has the reputation to make music by creating intimate and electric atmosphere without displaying some complex time signatures. There is some recurring theme throughout those songs and a love for exotic music and folk music like the funny klezmer part in the song "The Wizard of Altai Mountains" and in the song "Golem" where we find a short escape to oriental music. "Winter is Never" is where the band slow things down and let the crowd sing before introducing the musicians. But things get back to the dark stuff slowly with "Dingler's Horses" that display some nice drums patterns and a heavy ending. My favorite track of all was from the album "Missa Atroppos", the song "Vera" with a beautiful melody. From that same album "Splendid Isolation" is another dark track with good atmosphere and a big crescendo with some David Gilmour style of guitar sound. This band succeed to create some emotional music with subtle arrangements that come also from the drums and the piano. All this music is enhanced by the nice voice of Jan Henrik Ohme. I recommended this cd/dvd for fans of Marillion late era and you won't resist to put the dvd on your player when you know that there is a lot more material than the cd.

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