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Kill Fede
5 stars ONE OF A KIND.. This cd is outstanding.One of my five all times prefered neo prog cds,and probably the first in this top 5.The show opens with the masterpiece of this work,"the evening wind",an increbible 12 minutes suite where Wojtek Szadkowski find an excellent drumming work on the principal riff of this song(repeated two times,at 2.20'' and 6.50'').The remaining parts of this songs are well-builted around a very kindly but strong keyboard carpet,made by the great Darek Likowski.After this,"On the Run" bring you to another dimension of sound.It begins with a very sweet guitar arpeggio and piano duet,with the great vocals of Robert Amirian that surrounded all,and at 1,46'' minute the song explode,a great epic guitar/keyobard riff in the perfect TRANSATLANTIC style (like Duel with the devil) devastate all,with an incredible drumming that sustain and improve this passage.Another masterpiece.In the end the self-titled song that give the album's name is another great epic,shorter than the common(9:30 min.) but not in the substance,with the intro dominated by distorted guitar feedbacks in a perfect evergreen Hendrix tradition.The rest of the tracklist is composed by great songs,who you'll discover if you would buy this great album. NEO PROG ESSENTIAL by the drummer of COLLAGE,because polish do it better.KEEP IT!
Kill Fede | 5/5 |


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