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    Posted: January 05 2006 at 02:35
-Anyone- listen to these way-obscure Swedish guys?  Basically...  they like Kansas.  A lot.  The singer sounds like a cross between Steve Walsh and Ozzy Osbourne (like Steve Walsh if he were trying to sing like Ozzy...  or Ozzy if he were trying to sing like Steve ), the music sounds a LOT like Kansas but more keyboard-driven (especially the first album, which has no guitars)...

...in 2004, they re-recorded and re-arranged the first album with electric guitar, and it's gone from an interesting prog oddity to a full-blown prog masterpiece, albeit with some rather obvious Kansas quotes from time to time (both musically and occasionally lyrically).

Still, they're awesome.  The first album's interesting, the second one is EPIC, and the third is how the first should've been all along.

Any thoughts?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 05 2006 at 03:09
Wow, that sounds interesting. Is there a website maybe with a sample you can send me to?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 05 2006 at 10:15

Swedish and Kansas are good referances.

 I'd like to listen them.

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