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4 stars Hi. Scott Skinner had left before this album was recorded. Although he sang on Soma's previous album Epsilon. Epsilon is very spacey and cosmic but the songs are not as constructed, apart from the excellent Prophecy and Albion tracks. Dreamtime is a more Prog / Spacey, song orientated album, with layered Yes like harmonies to the vocals and a bigger soundscape throughout the album as a whole.
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4 stars By chance I could hear a song from this band. I found it interesting, so I searched and bought this CD very recently. I really like its musical texture, keyboards that are not spatial but enveloping, a mixture of neo progressive and space rock, with a pleasant voice to the ear. The highest points are the themes: Listen, Dreamtime and Losin It, especially this song has a lot of progressive sound, changes,atmosphere, sweetness, strength and melancholy, ending with an electronic techno song, which seems to be just to complete the album. For my personal taste, it is a very good album, very little known that is worth discovering and enjoying.
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