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D Project



4.03 | 112 ratings

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4 stars The D Project was founded by Stephane Desbiens around 2004 the leader of canadian band Sense. Helped by brothers Gosselin - Mathieu on bass (who is also member in Sense and aswell Red Sand) and Jean on drums. There are are also some well known and respected invited guests on this second offer named The Sagarmatha Dilemma - like Derek Sherinian , Stu Nicholson from Galahad, Brett Kull from Echolyn and john from Singularity. The album was released in 2008 and is a quite fine and intriguing piece of music. Lots of atmosphere on this labum, the music is something between symphonic prog with neo prog elements thrown in but aswell sme Floydian passages are to be found the perfect example is the opening killer tune Closer To My Soul / Closer To Heaven - maybe the best tune of the album. The palying is excellent, the vocal parts aswell more then ok with fascinating moments Stephane Desbiens really knew to make a quite powerful release from start to finish. The title track The Sagarmatha Dilemma and Closer To My Soul / Closer To Heaven might be the best from here, some really intresting arrangements here and pleasent vocals sometimes I considered them as a moder Pink Floyd. Easy 4 stars from me, intresting music for sure, definetly I will check more of their albums because I've heared only good thing about this band who just release a brand new album. recommended.

b_olariu | 4/5 |


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