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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Braves (8:04)
2. Flight of Hope (6:38)
3. Resilient City (5:20)
4. Born in Chaos (8:19)
5. On the Beach (4:15)
6. Repromised Land 1 (4:07)
7. Repromised Land 2 (4:32)
8. Repromised Land 3 (5:30)
9. Repromised Land 4 (8:11)

Total time 54:56

Line-up / Musicians

- Takuya Morita / keyboards, vocals
- Kazuo Katayama / drums
- Masami Katsuura / guitars
- Hiroaki Fujii / bass

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CD, JPRG Records

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Japanese band QUASER was originally formed back in 1976, and was an active live unit until disbanding in the early 80's. But following a decade of inactivity the members decided to give it a second go, and have been a going concern again since 1993. ":46" is their most recent production, and was released by JPRG Records in 2016.

Quaser's fifth studio production and sixth album overall documents a veteran band that are sure in what they want to do and how to go about it. While fairly broadly spread over the progressive rock spectrum, my main impression os that those with a taste for the more demanding aspects of symphonic progressive rock will be something of a key audience for this specific album. Especially if those into this type of music tends to find lead vocals delivered with something of a dramatic flair to be a good thing.

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