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3.69 | 125 ratings

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5 stars Neo-prog at its best.

No more and no less original than the last work of Steven Wilson or Riverside. More elaborate or progressive than latest from Rush, to whom they have been compared previously.

Maybe not the quality of those in virtuosity, but in relation to composition and exposure adjusted itself. Disc two consists of a single song of 52 minutes, divided into 19 sections. Traces the history of planet earth and humanity along with their frustrations and hopelessness. An extremely captivating musical journey with energetic passages, and others more reflective and calm. The disc 1 is composed of individual songs. The song Land with a celtic touch through flute and bozouki. The softness and melancholy of Solitude. The changing passages of Three Colours and The Price. And the power of Fall of Fame.

It is a very compact and consolidated work. Mind Over Matter also recommend this band. Rating 4.5

sinslice | 5/5 |


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