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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Eternal Disgrace (5:40)
2. The Eastern Winds (4:56)
3. Dancers in the Night (6:40)
4. One Night Without You (4:38)
5. My Dream (5:08)
6. The Crow (7:28)
7. He's Calling Me (5:27)
8. When the Sleeper Wakes Up (5:35)
Bonus track:
9. Watching Your Soul (3:58)

Total Time: 49:30

Line-up / Musicians

- Igor Savitch / electric & acoustic guitars, keyboards, vocals
- Constantine Savitch / bass
- Artem Piyanzin / drums

Releases information

CD MALS Records 046 (2005)

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FLIGHT 09 Human Nature ratings distribution

(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(36%)
Good, but non-essential (36%)
Collectors/fans only (18%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

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Review by kev rowland
3 stars Flight 09 started as long ago as 1983 and are the oldest and possibly best known progressive band in Uzbekistan. Their first two international releases, "Rifflection" and "Forbidden Lullabies" were released through the American Neurosis label and this is their third, on the Russian Mals label. This is very solid neo-prog, with all lyrics in English, with the sound of the band very much built around the guitar and singing of Igor Savitch (who also plays keyboards within the three man line-up, which may explain why they are a smaller part of the overall band). This is punchy music, but the band are also prepared to slow it down and play acoustically to create a more sombre and relaxed mood when they want to. The result is an album that contains a lot of depth and variety with "One Night Without You" being a wonderful IQ style belter. If this was a British band I am sure that we would be hearing a great deal more about them, and are well worth discovering. For more details on this and other interesting releases visit (which is available in English).

Originally appeared in Feedback #88, June 2006

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