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Lonely Robot


Crossover Prog

3.64 | 54 ratings

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4 stars John Mitchell is an overlooked talent. On this release, Craig Blundell handles the drumming... John, everything else.' This release is filled with sonic ear delights. Good balance of light and dark, superb musicianship, and John's vocals fit perfectly. His keyboard playing gets better each release. Notably improved here. Musically... similar to previous releases. More poppy yet more sophisticated.

Not a skipper track, all move me to play it some more. "Spiders", is intense. Love the weird unsettling groove. "The Silent Life", a sparse mellow ballad, is another standout. So catchy I should be ashamed. This is pop at its finest. Finally, it's cool that one of the riffs from "Army of One" is lifted from "The Dead Club" by Kino. Solid album.

Grumpyprogfan | 4/5 |


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