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Ian McGregor
5 stars I must say this record is brilliant! I haven't heard many albums that sound like this one. It's definitely going to be remembered as Frost's landmark in coming years because this is the first time they actually have a recognizable sound instead of being some average neo-prog that sounds similar to many other songs.

I can describe this album's sound as a combination of disco, progressive rock, and psychedelic trance. Some songs are trance-ish and long while other have stronger emphasis on catchy choruses and melodies over short track lengths, reminiscent of pop music, but always with hints of progressive rock. My favorite track is probably Skywards, it's a short but sweet and memorable track.

It might be bold, but I think this record is five stars, more specifically, 4.5 stars. To be fair I usually give five stars only to essentially records, but this is without a doubt the most essential Frost album and a very unique record for the genre, so I'm all in!

Ian McGregor | 5/5 |


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