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5 stars Simply put, a marvelous release. I can help use only superlatives for this debut album. Excellent musicianship, originality and freshness in aboundance in both rythm, arrangements and melodies, highly solid songwriting, and probably the best production I ever heard.

The impression throughout the entire album is to be in the hands of masters: masters of instruments, master producer. Start with "Hyperventilate" and you are through a journey of discoveries, a rollercoster of situations.

Complex rythms and abrupt rythmic changes, very many layers of textures, nice harmonies which sometimes give the impression of borrowing notes from somewhere else (do they discover new notes?!), excellent keyboard use for both solos and background, great guitar work perfectly entwined with the rest of the sound - these features shold attract every pure prog lover. Beside, the sound is highly crafted, rich and wide, full of calculated effects. There is a simingly fantastic balance between guitar and keyboards, while bass and drumming are always consistent, interesting and distinguishable.

All in all, I would call it a must, definitely underrated in these pages. Highly recommended.

mangoo | 5/5 |


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