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4.04 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. This Dream of Me (5:28)
2. All We Are I Am Not (6:35)
3. Life is Strange (7:14)
4. On the Day you Leave (6:31)
5. Like Any Angel (6:17)
6. A Change of Heart (5:21)
7. Insomnia (6:48)
8. Almost Forever (7:13)

Total Time 51:30

Line-up / Musicians

- Thomas Thielen (t) / Vocals & All Instruments
- Dominik Hüttermann (Virtual Moon, Imatra) / Guitars

Releases information

Label: Progressive Promotion Records (PPRCD056)
Format: CD, Digital
December 4, 2017

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CLOUDS CAN Leave ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
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4 stars German band CLOUDS CAN is a fairly new addition to the progressive rock scene in Germany, albeit one with a history that goes back a couple of decades. The band is a duo, and both members are composers and multi-instrumentalists with established solo careers. "Leave" is their official debut album under the Clouds Can moniker, and was released by German label Progressive Promotion Records in 2017.

If you tend to favor artists that explore progressive rock in a manner not too many others do, and has a go at the genre in a contemporary manner, Clouds Can is a good example of just that. That Thomas Thielen makes up half of this band is something those familiar with his solo albums will hear, and chances are good that if you enjoy his solo albums, then the music of this side project will appeal just about as much, even if it is somewhat different in overall scope.

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