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ENINE

Crossover Prog • Russia


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A Russian rock act ENINE were founded in 2016 by two ex-ALGABAS members - Vladimir MIKHAILOV (guitars) and Ilya FROLOV (keyboards). Later two other Vladimir - Vladimir NIKONOV (drums), Vladimir KOSYGIN (bass, voices) - have joined and released the debut live album "Live In Saint Petersburg" in March 2017.

After Stas TREGUBOV (flute, djembe) joining the combo, they released a studio-based album "The Great Silent" in February, 2018 finally.

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4.27 | 17 ratings
The Great Silent
2018

ENINE Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 2 ratings
Live In Saint Petersburg
2017

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3.50 | 2 ratings
Lost Seabird
2017

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 Live In Saint Petersburg by ENINE album cover Live, 2017
4.00 | 2 ratings

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Live In Saint Petersburg
Enine Crossover Prog

Review by felonafan

4 stars "Live in Saint Petersburg" is the first official release of Enine, lasting about 35 minutes and recorded last October at the Sound Museum (ex-ESG-21). There are six compositions on the album, which are prog-rock accompaniment to silent movie fragments. The music is almost completely instrumental, except for the throat singing of Vladimir Kosygin in one of the compositions, in "Nosferatu part 1". Personally, I liked the first track "Workers" the most. Stylistically, what Enine does is reminiscent of Camel, Genesis and Pink Floyd, although in the latest release of the album, "Waiting," the musicians deliberately quote "Child in Time" by Deep Purple and "La Villa Strangiato" by Rush; however, they do it delicately and appropriately. The use of the throat singing mentioned above, as well as the jew's harp with which "Nosferatu part 3" begins, and the tambourine, give the music an ethnic "flair". It turns out a unique mixture of Neoprog and World Music. However, it is better not to think about stylistic definitions, but to listen to the beauty and power of music.
 The Great Silent by ENINE album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.27 | 17 ratings

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The Great Silent
Enine Crossover Prog

Review by felonafan

5 stars The title of this release - "The Great Silent" - is due to the fact that the music on the disc is a kind of soundtrack to the cult silent movie films - "Nosferatu", "Frankenstein" and "Metropolis". Despite the fact that these films are considered "horror films," Enine's compositions can hardly be called gloomy or depressing. I feel the creativity of Camel of the classical period, the influence of Pink Floyd, Genesis and neoprog bands like Marillion. As a result, stylistically, this release is a mixture of symphoprog and neoprog. The album impresses with its detailed elaboration of almost every musical phrase, beautiful melodies, thoughtful arrangements, breathtaking compositional development, and a dreamy mood. It's hard to single out the best track, thanks to the exceptional integrity of this opus, but I would still risk it, calling "Workers" as the "highlight". This composition "captivates" to a large extent due to the extremely beautiful solo on the church organ a la Keith Emerson or Rick Wakeman in its middle, followed by an equally beautiful guitar part in the spirit of David Gilmour or Steve Rothery. However, everything else in this thing is also fine, for example, "conversations" of a flute with a guitar and keys. Well, and lovers of epics are unlikely to miss 16-minute work "Nosferatu (The Great Vampire)". 9/10
Thanks to dAmOxT7942 for the artist addition.

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