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  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Laser's Edge
  • ASIN: B0002VEONQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,982 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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This is a major achievement, it references several bands (Floyd, Porcupine Tree and Marillion spring to mind) but still manages to sound fresh and vital. The album opener, "The Same River" is absolutely breathtaking. It builds from an atmospheric,Floydian opening into a full-blown angst-ridden epic with all the right ingredients:plaintive guitar solos,pulsating bass, gyrating drums and melancholy vocals. "Out Of Myself" is next up and whilst it heavily references Porcupine Tree,not a bad thing in my book,it has enough going on to be fresh and enjoyable. "I Believe" with its acoustic moods sets just the right tone and the instrumentals "Reality Dream I and II" are a riotous joy of fretboard and keyboard jousts á la Colosseum II. "Loose Heart" and "In Two Minds" are more straightforward but are highly enjoyable nonetheless. "The Curtain Falls" is another mini-epic in the Pink Floyd tradition and has a wonderful psychedelic feel to it.The final track "OK" is "OK" with nice whispered vocals and dreamy synths. All in all a superb album with great performances throughout. Special mention must go to the vocalist Duda who by dint of his accentless singing manages to give the whole package an international appeal. This lot will go far! Highly recommended.
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I bought this on a whim as I'm a fan of Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Pink Floyd and am always looking for new bands to listen to. This is quite franly a must for any prog fan. A debut album from this Polish quartet, it tells the story of a man's struggle with his inner demons. There are the whole range of tracks from melodic introspectives to full-on prog metal all beautifully moulded into a complete piece of work that never feels disjointed.
There are definite comparisons with the bands I named earlier as well as with Marillion, Sylvan and Opeth, but don't be fooled into thinking this is just an album of plagarism. It's a fresh take on the genre which never feels like your listening to a covers band and the maturiy of the whole package is astounding
for a debut album
I normally take reviews with a pinch of salt but don't ignore this stand-out album. It should be in every prog fan's collection. And if you're wondering about the where the last star went, well, so was I, but this lot can only get better so I'm saving it for their next album.
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I'm not an expert on this band by any stretch of the imagination but having read positive reviews of this band I thought id check them out and figured as good as place as any is this their first album.

Whilst it may lack the production standards of later releases the thing that hit me like an express train about this record from the get go was the standard of playing. Loved the rhythm section from the start. The build up , long songs yes but there is so much going on you not only want to here it but keep coming back for replays.

Couple that with thoughtful lyrics and you have a constrating album compared to their second album which has more production but more screaming on it and is heavier than this album.

It remains one of my all time favorites. So sad their guitarist recently died his talent is all over this record. Long may Riverside reign.
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Out of Myself is Riversides Dark Deeply atmospheric doomy debut album opening with the throoming bass and Dreamy keyboard testures and sparse guitar lead before starting in to an odd time signature eerie guitar riff with extremely groovy drums and bass Mariusz's vocals are sublime inflected with delicate polish accent. The album continues in a dream but energetic and intense state for the entire duration of the album. The musicians ship is deceptively simple sounding but actually isn't and the band avoid the typical showy off cliches of most 'prog' bands and instead chooses to write compositions that are effective, emotive and well written and precise. The bass guitar as very smooth tone and the drums have a nice dry texture to them while the keyboard shift in tone constantly and the guitar is crunchy when overdriven and soft when clean. This is real one album that has to be listened to, to actually understand how good it is The highlight is the opening song which for most of it is instrumental featuring only heavily effected vocals for most of it
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By Big Jim TOP 100 REVIEWER on 26 Jun. 2008
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I have eventually managed to get this album (it'snot easy to come by now!) and having loved the newer two albums I have to say that this is just as good and as a debut simply superb. Other reviewers list the possible influences and everyone will have their own opinion, but they have hit the ground running and their record company need to really push this band because they have the potential to be huge. If you can get all three albums you will not have heard a better trilogy of prog in a long time. Now bring on a fourth one!
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I've really got into Prog during the last 12 months or so and I found myself on Spotify (thank you Spotify for saving me from buying as many duds as I used to) listening to several of Riverside's albums. My favourite was this, their 1st album, just preferred it for its more prog like sound.
Really like the vocals & bass player, love the lead guitar, love the drumming, love the sound created by the band.
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