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Mystery was formed in 1986 by Michel St-Pere in the Montreal region. Originally created as a studio project, it would take nearly four years before a stable line-up takes form. By 1990 the band consisted of Michel St-Pere on guitars, Raymond Savoie on vocals, Stephane Perreault on drums, and Benoit Dupuis on Keyboards. During the same time, Studio illusion is created, a recording studio owned ... Read more in Amazon's Mystery Store

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  • Audio CD (7 Jun. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Unicorn Digital
  • ASIN: B003ILCKQA
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,952 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Mystery One Among The Living (Digipak)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Roberts on 22 Nov. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Having heard a couple of tracks from this band on compilation CDs I was very keen to hear more. However actually finding somewhere selling it was to prove very difficult (the band are Canadian and do not appear to have a huge fanbase here - yet). But thanks to Amazon I took the plunge and now cannot stop playing this release - and their previous album featuring (largely) the same line-up. The music is very polished and exquisitely played throughout. Most reading this will probably know that the singer - Benoit David - is also currently singing with Yes and his vocals here are astonishing. Coupled with the extraordinary talents of writer/guitarist/producer Michel St-Pere (who is so good he has instantly become one of my favourite guitarists) and the other musicians featured here the end result is simply mind-blowing. Melodic but quite heavy in places, some pieces are delicate and beautiful while others will test your speakers, particularly the bass as Taurus pedals are featured extensively. There are hints of Rush and Yes in places, Steve Hackett and IQ in others with an overall sound that transcends everything. For me the discovery of the decade. When's the next album coming out..?
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ianham VINE VOICE on 29 Sept. 2010
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In their second album with the singer, Benoit David, Mystery have really developed their own sound. Mystery main-man, Michael St Pere steers clear of direct comparisons with Yes (Benoit's other employer) by adopting (consciously or not) a more muscular approach. I think comparisons to Styx are fair but Mystery are definitely more progtastic. The beauty here is that Michael St Pere has a singer that is more than capable of dealing with his songs - giving them light and shade, power and depth. Previous reviewers really hit the mark and I can only echo the praise that has already been given. No disrespect to their earlier albums (which I have not heard -yet... )but I suspect that their journey is only just getting warmed up. As for Benoit David, this album amply demonstrates why Chris Squire was right to ask him to contribute to Yes. Thumbs up all round for the stellar musicians who play on this album - I particularly liked Oliver Wakeman's cameo solo - a chip of the old block if ever there was. After all...everybody needs a little Mystery in their life .(Good strapline.... can I copyright this?)

I commend this CD to the House.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ben Bottle on 21 Aug. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I picked up this because of my curiosity about Jon Andersons stand-in/replacement in Yes - a certain Benoit David.
Well - I would never have believed anyone could close to the unassailable Mr A, but David has an amazing voice and here it is in all its glory!
Mystery is the "brain-child' of Michael St Pere who basically does a bit of everything and, what's more, does it well!
Starting off with some playful "sound games" on the opener - Among the Living" it settles in a gentle way, before getting a little more upbeat on "Wolf", a clear and very melodic song giving full rein to David's voice.
Then "Between Love and Hate" - again starting quite acoustically but gradually building up to yet another wonderfully melodic composition; akin to the very best in AOR - richly orchestrated and structured.
"Until the Truth Comes Out" - begins with a more "orchestral" feel then just builds and builds over its 9+ minutes.
"Kameleon Man" begins in a more 'funky' way with a strong drum and bass back-drop; then it gets quite rocky.
"Through Different Eyes" is one piece in six parts and I can find no weakness in its glorious 22+ minute length. It peaks in the middle with the anthemic "So far Away" - David once again in full flight.
The title track now with its eerie entry and tribal drum beats gradually developing into a tour de force rock piece.
"The Falling Man" is a great slice of Prog Rock and captures the genre with a mix of pace and power.
Finishing with "Sailing on a Wing" - we get the bonus of Daryl Stuermer guesting on guitar.
This is an EXCELLENT album and if Yes are not making an album with Benoit David - they're fools; he is awesome.
NO - I'm not giving up on Jon; and never would but he's not interested in Yes at - the moment!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richie on 11 Jan. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Have to totally agree with one of the other reviews shown here. If like me you are a long time Yes fan and and have still not come to terms with the new singer then listen to him here with his other and origional venture Mystery!
Ok Yes is still not the same without Jon Anderson, but I will reserve judgement untill they release a new album with new material and hope they sound as good and refreshing.
However this band, and it is not just the singer make some excellent music and this is actually better than the 1st album and that was good!
Great album and great music, and would recommend this to all fans and not just Yes followers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Neil on 1 April 2011
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I caught onto Mystery with their previous album, "Beneath the Veil", shortly before vocalist Benoit David joined Yes. That was a good album, but this latest release builds on their new lease of life. No doubt they will gain some extra interest because of the Yes link. Well they deserve it. As a pointer, I would put Mystery closer to Saga, Rush or Fish-era Marillion, than classic Yes.

The musicianship has been taken up a notch, with more complex guitar and great keyboard sounds. Two or three tracks don't really stand out, e.g. Kameleon Man. But the real strength of this album is there for all to hear in the long piece, Through Different Eyes. Powerful, emotive, beautiful. Add to that the strength of the upbeat "Sailing on a Wing", and you have 5 star material.

To venture a slight criticism, Mystery dwell on the disenfranchised and depressing side of life, so a "good time" record this is not. But if you are in the right mood, prepare to be moved by Mystery's latest work.
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