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3 stars 2012's See Right Through You breathed some life into the old franchise. No Fear of Looking Down is a similar kind of reflective AOR with light proggy infuences. A typical Jadis song of today consists of some lazy verses followed by a more robust instrumentation. Their later albums have some good songs and some filler. See Right didn't have that problem, but here it resurfaces again. Keepers - the more energetic opener Listen To Me, lovely Celtic instrumental Change of Season, catchy A Thousand Staring Eyes, and the by Jadis standards unpredictable and atmospheric Just Let It Happen - though those characteristics may be its only good features. Instrumental part in Abandoned also sounds nice, but seems artificially attached and underdeveloped.
Progrussia | 3/5 |


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