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    Posted: June 09 2015 at 18:49
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^ That's ok. It was the review of the album from Reale Accademia di Musica... I still have to check that one Wink

I really like Nick's review, a very passionate one Clap I didn't find 'Seventh Degree' loud, quite the contrary actually, I think it's an high quality vinyl Smile

John's reviews of Steven Wilson and Anekdoten were a great read Thumbs Up


Thank you Sam. Means a lot coming from you.
As for the loudness present on seventh degree, it's there. Man, I wish I could let you hear my sound chain. Imagine if a music recording was a layer skin...well with the equipment that I have it goes beneath the surface. You can really get a strong sonic difference between numerous recordings available. I assure you, buddy.
Remember, I am in analog warmth land as well. No digital for nick. Lol
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

You are way too kind, Nick (and Sam, didn't notice that until now, sorry mate!), but I will say I'll add in the praises for John's Anekdoten album review! I'm way behind on ordering my copy of that album, so this just makes me very jealous!

But Nick, way to go, my friend, you knocked it out of the park with your Arena review. Couldn't think of anyone better to write reviews for their albums, I know you're such a mad fan of them.

I have one request - PLEASE review that latest Lunatic Soul album! You're spoken so passionately about it, and I think you'd deliver the goods with your own write-up on it!


Oh you are trapping me to write more!! you are a smart one, Michael cause you know I can't say 'no' to a good friend. Consider it my next project. I would definitely have more good than bad things to say about Duda's latest work. ;)
I've also got his first album ordered. Should arrive in a week. I'm looking forward to hearing it cause I wanna understand more of how Lunatic Soul came to be. Can't wait. ;)

And thank you again for your kind encouragements. It felt good to give an excited praise for one of my all time favourite bands. Arena really agree with me. ;)
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^ That's ok. It was the review of the album from Reale Accademia di Musica... I still have to check that one Wink

I really like Nick's review, a very passionate one Clap I didn't find 'Seventh Degree' loud, quite the contrary actually, I think it's an high quality vinyl Smile

John's reviews of Steven Wilson and Anekdoten were a great read Thumbs Up
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Aussie-Byrd-Brother Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 07 2015 at 09:03
You are way too kind, Nick (and Sam, didn't notice that until now, sorry mate!), but I will say I'll add in the praises for John's Anekdoten album review! I'm way behind on ordering my copy of that album, so this just makes me very jealous!

But Nick, way to go, my friend, you knocked it out of the park with your Arena review. Couldn't think of anyone better to write reviews for their albums, I know you're such a mad fan of them.

I have one request - PLEASE review that latest Lunatic Soul album! You're spoken so passionately about it, and I think you'd deliver the goods with your own write-up on it!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote progbethyname Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 07 2015 at 07:53
Michael ( Aussie Byrd Brother) 's review on "The lonely Robot's: Please come home" and of course Arena's
The Unquiet Sky.
Very charming and detailed reviews all around. I feel I would have no need to say anything about the latest Mitchell offering because Michael covers every train of thought I would have had to say so artfully. Once again. 2 more great reads.

John (Mellotron storm ) for inciting some huge excitement and praises for the latest and long time coming Anekdoten album. Looks promising and I feel compelled to check it out.
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Really great new reviews from Michael (ABB) and my PSIKE buddies Clap I only know the albums from The Doors and Therion but the other two seem really interesting.
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Oh and I appreciated Aapostos' review of Patchwork Cacophony if only that I had some of the same opinions and didn't feel it was a 4 star album. I did get some feedback from Mr. Bell about my review and it wasn't a positive experience, lets put it that way.LOL


Hi Mellotron Storm, just noticed this.

I'm sorry you didn't find my feedback about your review positive, though I'm slightly puzzled about what I said to make you feel that? For the record I took it as a pretty positive review of an album that wasn't really your thing, and I though it was a good, and fair, review :)
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I really enjoyed TCat's A Silver Mt Zion review, especially the background info related to the album and GY!BE. Well done!
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^^Me as well.  A truly unique artist.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ExittheLemming Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 02 2015 at 17:31
Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Originally posted by Finnforest Finnforest wrote:

Iain, I really enjoyed your Syd review....always loved what his sister Rosemary had to say, which was quite a different perspective than the hype and magazine fodder.

Thanks for that one.

Cool to see Iain and Steve G review the same album back to back with very different opinions. While I agree more with Steve G's review Iain always impresses me with his words and intelligence.


There's no right and wrong in art. Different perspectives are always healthy. Thanks
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Originally posted by Finnforest Finnforest wrote:

Iain, I really enjoyed your Syd review....always loved what his sister Rosemary had to say, which was quite a different perspective than the hype and magazine fodder.

Thanks for that one.


Thanks Jim. For me Syd is unclassifiable.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mellotron Storm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 02 2015 at 16:14
Originally posted by Finnforest Finnforest wrote:

Iain, I really enjoyed your Syd review....always loved what his sister Rosemary had to say, which was quite a different perspective than the hype and magazine fodder.

Thanks for that one.

Cool to see Iain and Steve G review the same album back to back with very different opinions. While I agree more with Steve G's review Iain always impresses me with his words and intelligence.
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Iain, I really enjoyed your Syd review....always loved what his sister Rosemary had to say, which was quite a different perspective than the hype and magazine fodder.

Thanks for that one.


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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

I think many who are into keyboard driven Prog will like this a lot though.
Hey John, being a huge keyboard fan I wondered which  album are you referring to? There are a few mentioned in this exchange?
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Thanks Horizons, yes JD I was talking about Patchwork Cacophony and man he uses a ton of different keyboards. Well worth checking out.
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^ I did prefer FO2 by a small margin but I generally prefer heavy prog more ;-)
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Excellent, interesting write up, I love Fusion Orchestra and the Symph genre generally. I have yet to hear Fusion Orchestra 2, I'll have to check this out. Thanks.
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I think he's talking about Patchwork Cacophony.
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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

I think many who are into keyboard driven Prog will like this a lot though.
Hey John, being a huge keyboard fan I wondered which  album are you referring to? There are a few mentioned in this exchange?
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^ thanks John - strange to hear this since Ben is a really nice guy. I thought the album was really good with some improvement potentials.

He is a god guy, I just think he was surprised I didn't at least give it 4 stars when he thought him and I had very similar tastes. I think many who are into keyboard driven Prog will like this a lot though.
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^ thanks John - strange to hear this since Ben is a really nice guy. I thought the album was really good with some improvement potentials.
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