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3.96 | 41 ratings | 2 reviews | 30% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hymn /The Intro (1:04)
2. Sound Source (3:58)
3. Kaleidoscope (3:24)
4. Waterworks (4:36)
5. Hymn (6:17)
6. The Feast (3:45)
7. Colorless (4:40)
8. The Engine That Wouldn't Start (1:32)
9. Heat Stroke (4:45)
10. Naked Starlight (3:55)
11. In The Wilderness (3:09)
12. Divertissement (4:26)
13. Trapped (3:25)
14. The Shore And I (4:37)
15. Blind Escape (4:23)
16. Travelling Light (7:15)

Total time 65:11

Line-up / Musicians

- Andrey Didorenko / acoustic & electric guitars, bass, acoustic & electric violins, percussion
- Yuliya Basis / keyboards
- Vassily Soloviev / flute
- Veniamin Rozov / drums

Note : The actual instrumentation could not be fully confirmed at this moment

Releases information

CD Musea ‎- FGBG 4840 (2009, Russia)

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LOST WORLD BAND Sound Source ratings distribution

(41 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(30%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(30%)
Good, but non-essential (32%)
Collectors/fans only (8%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars The Russian outfit LOST WORLD BAND started out as a trio under the slightly shorter moniker Lost World back in 1990, and released their initial effort "Trajectories" in 2003, followed by "Awakening of the Elements" in 2006. Since then they have added a fourth member to their line-up, added the Band description to their collective name, and in the fall of 2009 they released their third production, "Sound Source," on the French label Musea Records, an album two years in the making.

"Sound Source" is a solid production and should be of general interest to those who like adventurous instrumental art rock, incorporating elements from folk music and classical symphonic compositions. And while there is an emphasis on strong melodies and harmonies throughout, this quartet isn't afraid to venture into realms demanding a higher degree of compositional sophistication either. Fans of bands like Jethro Tull and Kansas will arguably be ones who'll find this material most familiar on initial inspection, but the intricate musical manoeuvres of this band and the width and variety of musical expressions guarantee them finding an audience well beyond the realms of these examples.

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4 stars Exciting Violin Prog ! I did not have a chance to hear the music of "Lost World" until last week, and I have been amazed these days. This is unique and new style of prog rock ! Sounds like Darryl Way at first, but now I know they are like nobody but only one. With a drummer they changed ... (read more)

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