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3.86 | 212 ratings

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3 stars SATELLITE are a fresh new "Neo-prog" band who for obvious reasons carry a very strong correlation to the music of Polish prog band COLLAGE (aka 1994's "Moonshine"). SATELLITE brings back and assembles the magic of "Moonshine" era-COLLAGE (IMHO the best album COLLAGE ever recorded) with the delicate vocals of Robert Amirian, Mirek Gil's hackettesque guitars, Krzystof Palczewski's touch of MARILLION/IQ and the percussive strokes of Wojtek Szadkowski. "A St. between Sunrise & Sunset" is a wonderful symphonic album full of great musical grandeur and excellent song writing and instrumental prowess. Fans of neo-prog like IQ will definitely love this album with their clean yet complex sound and moods created. The album also offers four long songs, over 10 min. each giving the band lots of room to work through some fine instrumentation. "A Street Between Sunrise And Sunset" is a symphonically full, richly textured, album, delivered with maturity and elegance and represents an excellent album all the way thru.
loserboy | 3/5 |


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