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3.21 | 24 ratings | 2 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Something to Forget
2. Face in the Mirror
3. Train of Life
4. Don't Say a Word
5. In the Name...
6. Catch & Release
7. Secrets to Hide
8. New Beginning
9. December

Line-up / Musicians

- Sabina Godula- Zając / vocal
- Krzysztof Lepiarczyk / keyboards
- Piotr Grodecki / guitar, contrabass, banjo
- Piotr Lipka / bass
- Grzegorz Fieber / drums
- Sylwia Majka Maya / violin

Releases information

Label: Lynx Music
Format: CD, Digital
June 20, 2016

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LOONYPARK Perpetual ratings distribution

(24 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(38%)
Good, but non-essential (38%)
Collectors/fans only (8%)
Poor. Only for completionists (4%)

LOONYPARK Perpetual reviews

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Review by BrufordFreak
COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
3 stars Interesting computer program keyboard-oriented Neo Prog. It's melodic, quirky, gentle, and graced by the FREQUENCY DRIFT/INTROITUS type of sound and female vocalist (Sabina Godula-Zając),

Five star songs: 2. "Face in the mirror" (4:20) (9/10) and 7. "Secrets to hide" (5:39) which has a cool PINGVINORKESTERN feel to it. Great pacing groove. And better sound choices. (9/10)

Four star songs: 1. "Something to Forget" (5:10) (8/10); 3. "Train of life" (5:11) banjo! (8/10); 8. "New beginning" (5:55) a long introduction leads into a pleasant, melodic instrumental song (8/10); 9. "December" (5:33) the computer drums immediately intrigue and repel me. Piano and low register female vocal soon join in. Singer gets emotionally involved. Nice piano bar or AM rock ballad. (8/10); 4. "Don't say a word" (4:34) Nice vocal but too syrupy. The keyboard sounds sound old. (7/10), and; 5. "In the name..." (4:24) ("...of the Lord") weird little song. (7/10)

Three star songs: 6. "Catch & release" (5:14) So simple. And dated. Like a bad 70s rock song. (6/10)

A solid three star album. Good but not great.

Latest members reviews

3 stars Fourth release by this Polish band, after Egoist, Straw Andy and Unbroken Spirit Lives in Us. I am happy to report that, in my view, the band, which was previously going progressively downhill, has stopped (if not reversed) the trend. I thought Egoist was a top-notch album with sufficient vari ... (read more)

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