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Janison Edge



3.67 | 49 ratings

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3 stars With the enigmatic Sue Element providing a confident vocal performance which seems rather reminiscent of Tracy Hitchings' style, and band members drawn from the likes of Credo, Shadowland, and Landmarq, this album falls smack in the style of that particular tradition of British neo-prog - as practiced by Shadowland and Landmarq and so on - which all sounds rather pleasant but which leaves me rather cold. Like those other two bands, Janison Edge play music in a style which seems overall rather shiny-happy, and which offer absolutely no surprises to anyone with a reasonably broad knowledge of the neo-prog stars of the early 1980s. It's a decent enough stab at that approach, of course, but it really isn't especially essential.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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