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3.65 | 53 ratings

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5 stars This is the debut CD from the progressive symphonic rock band TILES. They have released two CDs after this one, and both of them are very impressive and so is this debut. The band sounds so professional and they are playing with a skill and confidence not often heard on debut CDs. Even the production is very professional for being an independent release. The album has a very clear sound. Their music is reminiscent to DREAM THEATER, GALAHAD, QUEENSRYCHE, RUSH, SAGA, TRIUMPH and YES. It's very melodic yet technically brilliant. The guitarist Chris Herin sounds like Alex Lifeson of RUSH and the vocalist is great. My favorite tracks are "Analysis Paralysis", the marvelous "Token Pledge", "Bridges of Grace", "Dancing Dogs", "Scattergram" and "Dress Rehearsal" that are very complex. This is a wonderful album that is a pride in every record collection. Definitely worth checking out!
Greger | 5/5 |


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