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Crossover Prog

3.19 | 14 ratings

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Dan Bobrowski
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3 stars The fine line between influence and imitation may be crossed here. Vocalist Andrew Goldhawk sounds so much like Geddy Lee that he may be trodding on sacred ground or even trademark territory. Goldhawk sounds like mid eighties, Geddy, to be specific. I don't find the vocals unpleasant, just a bit too similar to give the music of Singularity the credit it deserves. The band is tight, plays interesting melodies, engaging solos and songs that can stick in your head. It's possible that the band realised this and perhaps that is a factor in Goldhawk leaving the band after the Color of Space.

The only weakness on the album that stands out, is the lack of depth in the recordings. The production has a muffled quality. Their second effort, Between Sunlight and Shadow is much better in this department.

If you like ealry eighties Rush, and don't mind an imitative voice, you'll love this album. It stands as a kind of "lost" Rush album.

Dan Bobrowski | 3/5 |


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