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NOSTRADAMUS 2.0 - RETURNITY

Solaris

Symphonic Prog


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Solaris Nostradamus 2.0 - Returnity album cover
3.99 | 110 ratings | 3 reviews | 31% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Returnity I-VI (34:00) :
- i. 1960 Augusztus 1.
- ii. 1942 December 2.
- iii. 1986 Április 26.
- iv. 1905 Június 30.
- v. 1969 Szeptember 2.
- vi. 1969 Július 20.
2. Double Helix - 1953 Február 28. (3:04)
3. Deep Blue - 1997 Május 11. (3:33)
4. Radioscope - 1926 Március 20. (3:54)

Total Time 44:31

Line-up / Musicians

- Attila Kollár / lead vocals, flutes, tambourine
- Csaba Bogdan / guitars
- Róbert Erdész / keyboards, vocals
- Attila Seres / bass
- László Gömör / drums, percussion, vocals
- Vilmos Tóth / drums (1)
- Ferenc Raus / drums (2,4)

With:
- Edina Szirtes 'Mokus' / violin
- Zsuzsa Ullmann / vocals
- Gyorgy Demeter / vocals
- Ferenz Gerdesits / vocals

Releases information

Sub-titled "Unborn Visions"

Artwork: Laszlo Bosnyak

CD Solaris Music Productions ‎- SMP1901 (2019, Hungary)

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SOLARIS Nostradamus 2.0 - Returnity ratings distribution


3.99
(110 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(31%)
31%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(34%)
34%
Good, but non-essential (22%)
22%
Collectors/fans only (11%)
11%
Poor. Only for completionists (2%)
2%

SOLARIS Nostradamus 2.0 - Returnity reviews


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Review by SouthSideoftheSky
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Symphonic Team
4 stars Nobody foresaw this!

Solaris can do nothing wrong, every one of their studio albums are excellent. They are however few and far between, and this album came out of nowhere last year without warning. 20 years after Nostradamus - Book Of Prophecies comes Nostradamus 2.0 - Returnity (Unborn Visions). If you are familiar with the former 1999 album, you will have a pretty good idea of what to find here, and both albums are equally great.

The album holds only four songs, but one of them is over half an hour long. The vocals are (as far as I can tell) sung in Latin, and there are both male and female voices to be heard. The focus does however lie on the instrumental attack of flutes, keyboards, guitars, bass and drums.

Personally, I like the band's two Martian Chronicles albums even more, but I am very happy to see that Solaris are still active and releasing new material in their inimitable style. I am less happy though to see that they are not getting the attention they deserve. If you enjoyed past Solaris releases, this one will not disappoint.

Highly recommended!

Latest members reviews

5 stars If you already know the masterpiece (yes, masterpiece) Nostradamus Book of Secrets you will find here the same melodies, the same compositional vein, the same listening pleasure. How many times do we find boring prog albums? Here virtuosity is at home, the exaltation passes from song to song, an ... (read more)

Report this review (#2308813) | Posted by kitar01 | Friday, January 24, 2020 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Hungarian prog band Solaris are back with their 5th studio album. What we have here is transcendant musicianship with all instruments working very well with eachother and having their time to shine. Their music is still filled with the beautiful melodies and occasional latin vocals (maybe a bit more ... (read more)

Report this review (#2286701) | Posted by Pulpreality | Wednesday, December 11, 2019 | Review Permanlink

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