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4.35 | 867 ratings

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Isaac Peretz
3 stars It's very hard to explain why this album came out as good as the album shows, despite having a considerably average line of albums preceding it.

Wobbler, a Symphonic Progressive Rock band from Norway, proved themselves capable of making great works in their fourth album, "From Silence To Somewhere". The first very notable influence in this album (and band) is Yes, and King Crimson also plays a serious aspect in this specific album, with the raw Hammond keyboards presented in Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Pretty funny how even the artwork of FSTS is similar to LTIA's). After five arduous years for their fans, the band released their magnum opus (at that time), which sounded like it was taken right out of a 70s prog album catalog. This is a good addition for anyone who enjoys Yes, King Crimson and/or Genesis, or for anyone who enjoys symphonic Progressive Rock in general.

Isaac Peretz | 3/5 |


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