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GIANTS

Days Between Stations

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3.52 | 16 ratings | 2 reviews | 19% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spark (16:54)
2. Witness the End of the World (3:56)
3. Another Day (9:38)
4. Goes by Gravity (4:51)
5. Giants (12:58)
6. The Gathering (4:09)
7. The Common Thread (7:47)

Total Time 60:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Sepand Samzadeh / guitars
- Oscar Fuentes / keyboards

With:
- Billy Sherwood / lead & backing vocals, bass, drums
- Durga McBroom / lead vocals (2)
- Colin Moulding / lead vocals (4)
- Inid Abiza / backing vocals (1)

Releases information

Format: Vinyl, CD, Digital
September 21, 2020

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DAYS BETWEEN STATIONS Giants ratings distribution


3.52
(16 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(19%)
19%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(56%)
56%
Good, but non-essential (19%)
19%
Collectors/fans only (6%)
6%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

DAYS BETWEEN STATIONS Giants reviews


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Review by Rivertree
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3 stars At a very first glance ... well ... the cover art, painted by Paul Whitehead, reminded me of the Nursery Crime album somehow. And then I was pointed to some greek legend, I mean the tied up giant somehow. The huge robot on the other hand wears a dinosaur pic ... uhmmmm .... this is somewhat weird. Some food for thought in any case, about a possible concept existing behind that for example. DAYS BETWEEN STATIONS are Sepand Samzadeh (guitars) and Oscar Fuentes (keyboards). It's their third album in the meanwhile, released seven years since the previous 'In Extremis'. And now attention, they have teamed up with jack of all trades Billy Sherwood yet on this occasion. Everybody who is fairly up to date when it comes to the prog scene will know that he had a presence on uncountable productions recently, more than every other musician, at least I'm aware of. Not sure if he still has the overview. Much of it didn't appeal to me really, to be honest, but luckily it is different this time.

Hey, the Sherwood impact is important here, as he rather skillfully plays bass and drums throughout, and cares for the lead vocals on top. Above that he was in charge as the producer and helped the band with arrangements and lyrics. Experience pays off. Hence here we have a recommend issue. Take your time for this excurse. Exemplarily I will highlight the extended opener Spark that shines with varied layers and moods, Hammond and Mellotron drenched moments, partially reminiscent to the likes of Genesis and King Crimson. Finally the The Common Thread is a song written by Sherwood himself, and shows some obvious YES similarity. DAYS BETWEEN STATIONS have produced some proper delicate progressive rock stuff with a total length of about 60 minutes. Aside from the aforemetioned influences fans of Big Big Train and similar should pay attention also. 3.5 stars.

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4 stars "Giants" is a decent album from these guys, though it sure has the Billy Sherwood stamp all over it (not a bad thing!), especially the songs on which he sings. He also plays bass (some really nice Chris Squire style), and some surprisingly great drums. I especially like the way they miked the ... (read more)

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