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Visible Wind



3.37 | 31 ratings

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3 stars I keep saying it's an interesting journey exploring all those neo bands you haven't heard yet before. Like this Visible Wind with their second album A Moment beyond Time proving to be another very good neo progressive effort.

And very good is in my book normally with lots of keyboard or guitar breaks and not too dominant vocals. Well, the vocals are certainly present with this Canadian band. Sometimes in French, mostly in English. Good vocals too but not too present or dominant. And the guitar parts by lead vocalist Philippe Woolgar are very nice to say the least and appear in many of the songs on this album. Like in the first substantial track A Moment in Time in the second half of it making me want more of the same.

They keep coming and tempt me to even give the excellence score (4*) to this album. But that would be a bit too much I feel. If I could give the 3,5 it would be the perfect score for this output but alas I can't and I'm forced to make the hard choice once again but will have to round down to three stars due to lack of essential contribution to the subgenre. It's very good though and recommended to fans of melodic neo progressive rock. It's funny by the way that on my version of this album there's a song called Chasing the Skyline and it happens to be the very highlight of the entire release, excellent composition. So try to get this version I would say.

progrules | 3/5 |


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