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    Posted: July 03 2013 at 07:00
Since nobody else seems to have done so, I'm officially proposing Shineback, the new solo project from Simon Godfrey of Tinyfish.
Not sure of genre, it's pretty electronic but not in a Tangerine Dream way so I'll leave it up to the genre teams but it deserves inclusion because Simon is the main man of a band already on PA (and he's a forum member) and because it's a bloody good prog album.
 
 
 
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Fusing pop, prog and electronica into a story of abuse, betrayal and madness, "Rise Up Forgotten, Return Destroyed" is the new album from Shineback, solo project from Simon Godfrey of Tinyfish. The album - with lyrics from Simon's writing partner in Tinyfish, Robert Ramsay - centres upon the story of Dora who undertakes a fantastic, yet disturbing journey into her own dream word where she encounters dark revelations about her past buried in memory.

To aid Simon in this venture, artists such as Matt Stevens (Fierce And The Dead), Dec Burke (Frost*, Brave New Sky, Darwin's Radio, Dec Burke Band), Henry Rogers (Touchstone, DeeExpus, Final Conflict), Andy Ditchfield (DeeExpus), Hywel Benett (Dec Burke Band) Paul Worwood (Tinyfish) and Danny Claire (Ion Blue, Michael Angelo) have contributed their time and talents to make this a truly genre crossing record.
 
 
Listening now on bandcamp... first impression is that this might sit quite nicely alongside Tinyfish in Crossover.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Marty McFly Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 04 2013 at 16:03
Hehe, Tinyfish - seems just about right that it's Chopper who's suggesting them.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote MantasChan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 05 2013 at 13:03
Well i have the album , so i can say : fusion prog, from pop to electronica to art rock and nice prog rock influences , so can agree about make this band in Crossover prog section!! :) Cheers :) 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote chopper Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 22 2013 at 06:40
That's quick work, thanks. Suppose I'd better review the album now!
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