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3.70 | 103 ratings

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5 stars A very nice album. It blends elements of 'trip hop', pop and prog. The vocals are great and close to the great american prog vocals (Neal Morse, Kevin Gilbert, Echolyn's singer). Concerning the prog side of this record, we can notice influences from Emerson, King Crimson (cf the bridge in 'Coming like light'), Pink Floyd (cf track 4). 'Coming like light' is a great epic, beginning with a jazzy beat then followed by a crimsonesque atmosphere, and ending with a beautiful choir and virtuosic guitar. This album shows that prog can sound great when mixed with pop. If you like Spock's Beard, Kevin Gilbert or Echolyn, you will probably be thrilled with this record.
lucas | 5/5 |


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