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3.08 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 21 West (1:29)
2. I Can't Remember (5:21)
3. The Veil of Time (4:18)
4. The Inventor of Paradox (2:31)
5. Travelling With the Ghost (3:07)
6. Beyond (4:15)
7. Kneeling (4:47)
8. Calm (3:22)
9. Shadowlife (5:28)
10. Perpetuum (1:04)
11. Last Drops of Life (3:56)
12. The Life and Death Equation (4:12)
13. The Jupiter Trilogy, Pt. 1-3 (6:19)
14. 21 East (4:04)

Line-up / Musicians

J21 - Bass, Guitar
Geoff Tyson - Guitar (track 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12)
Scott Thunes - Bass Guitar (track 3, 9, 13)
Marc Curcio - Bass Guitar (track 5, 11)
Don Preston - Synthesiser (track 1, 14)
Ed Mann - Synthesizer, Percussion (track 13)
Ciruelo Cabral - Guitar (track 7 intro)
Reeves Gabrels - Guitar (track 9)
Mike Garson - Grand Piano (track 8, 10)
Andrew Greenaway - Speech (track 13)
Robert Martin Organ, Voices (track 2)
Marco Minnemann - Drums (track 13)

Releases information

Release date: 27-06-2011 floating world records

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J21 Beyond The Holographic Veil ratings distribution

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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
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Review by Marty McFly
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Errors and Omissions Team
3 stars What a big bunch of musicians, all of those participating on "Beyond the Holographic Veil", isn't it ? Quite a heavy sounding record in general, rarely calm (however only on one song, obviously it's the infamous Calm) and also quite Eclectic / Avant (call it what you wish, the prominent example for this feat is The Jupiter Trilogy). But the most of this album sounds quite alike and fails to move me too much. But if you see past such emotion-full perception, I see nothing evidently wrong with this album, just that it's an average Crossover Progster that's trying to grab your attention.

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