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Prime Suspect

Prime Suspect Audio CD

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4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars - Khymera 2.0 9 Dec 2010
By Justin G. - Published on
Prime Suspect is the latest in a series of ventures from songwriter and "multi-instrumentalist" Daniele Liverani (Empty Tremor, Genius, Twinspirits, Khymera). Apparently Liverani was unsatisfied with the direction Khymera was taking (Tom and James Martin had taken over the bulk of the songwriting there), so he put together a new band to record material that sounds...exactly like Khymera.

In addition to Liverani on keyboards, Prime Suspect features Khymera members Tommy Ermolli and Dario Ciccione, plus Headrush bassist Mauro Catellani. Vocals are provided by Dreamtide frontman Olaf Senkbell.

There's nothing remotely new on the Prime Suspect debut. If you heard any of the Khymera albums, you've essentially heard Prime Suspect, and Khymera wasn't terribly original to begin with. Still, what they lack in originality, Prime Suspect more than makes up for in sheer talent and polish. This is a very smooth, very polished melodic rock album that has some sweet guitar work, well put-together songs, and pristine production job. Not to mention the warm, emotional vocal performance from Senkbell, who always seemed overshadowed by Helge Engleke's guitar work in Dreamtide. He's front and center on this album, and it's his voice more than anything that carries the album.

It may not offer anything new, but Prime Suspect's debut is a totally enjoyable AOR/melodic rock album that should appeal to most fans of this kind of music. Fans of bands like Street Talk, Place Vendome, Crash the System and of course Khymera should definitely check this one out. It's still not clear what this means for the future of Khymera, but if that band ends Prime Suspect seems like a more than adequate replacement.
4.0 out of 5 stars "Prime suspect" is the reformation of AOR/melodic rock project "Khymera" 13 Feb 2011
By Nikiforos V. Skoumas - Published on
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This is the debut album by Italian/German AOR-melodic rock band "Prime Suspect" released in late 2010. Coming under the "Frontiers" record label, "Prime Suspect" is actually a reformation of the AOR project "Khymera" (which produced three studio albums) now featuring a new front man/lead singer. The line up features four out of five "Khymera" members; lead guitarist Tommy Ermolli, keyboardist Daniele Liverani, bassist Mauro Catellani and drummer Dario Ciccioni all musical prodigies of the Italian scene at their own right. The new lead singer fronting the project is non other that Olaf Senkbeil of German all-star AOR band "Dreamtide".

While the "Khymera" albums were written by external songwriters, "Prime Suspect" is the outcome of internal songwriting being composed almost single handedly by Daniele Liverani who also produces the album. Despite the shift in song writers, "Prime suspect" comes very close to the sound of the previous albums the group has recorded. Still one has to agree that this new album might fall slightly short in comparison to "Khymera- A new promise" (2005) arguably the group's best.

Overall "Prime suspect" is another quality proposition in the field of melodic rock delivering a fair amount of standout songs including "I'll be fine", "it could have been you" and "what do you want" while being rich in choruses, instrumental melodies and guitar attack. Probably a good choice for fans of "Khymera", "Dreamtide", "Platens" and "Los Angeles".
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