Picture (Special Edition) CD+DVD, Special Edition
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Picture, the first album produced by this group is very impressive, leaning slightly to the heavier side of neo-progressive at times, particularly with the impressive (Spock's Beardish) opening track, Losers Day Parade. Most of the rest of the album sounds more like post Fish Marillion with some Arena and Genesis influences and with plenty of good hooks and melodies throughout. Quieter moments are usually held together by Beck's keyboards and Mitchell's impressive and broad-ranged vocals.
The fact that this is not a full-blown progressive album may disappoint some listeners. But for what it is — a rock album with progressive influences - it is very good indeed. Highly recommended.
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A most underrated album. Re-bought as my original one was stolen..!Published 4 months ago by Part-time-Reader
This has got to be up there withe the best of the 'It Bites' modern albums
10 tracks in all, and the excellent prog drumming plus Mr Mitchell's soaring guitar licks... Read more
I really did not want to like this album, because, being an It Bites fanatic, I was not ready to be swayed to John Mitchell's "other" side project. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2010 by Nick
I only bought this for the It Bites connection, so perhaps I wasn't expecting it to be fantastic, not least because It Bites have now reformed. Read morePublished on 17 Nov. 2009 by Mr. Stephen Hall
John Mitchell is one of the unsung heroes of the rock world. A hugely talented guitarist and can sing a bit too. Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2009 by D. Weeks
Now I have heard the new Tall Ships album by reformed It Bites, this sounds like a dry run.
Full of strong retro (80's) poppy prog but with a 00's twist, excellently... Read more
There is nothing progressive about this music. There are however, a million prog cliches that are churned out one after the other just for the sake of it, but unfortunately it's... Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2008 by D. Clayton
hey this is bloody marvelous - you ought to have it! John Mitchell is an outtasight guitar player - and the band fuse heavy rock with a beatle-esque pop sensibility - if it... Read morePublished on 25 Jan. 2008 by Mr. S. M. Kelly
Prog-Rock in its many forms has been in serious decline since the mid eighties suffering it seems from an image problem and labouring under that damning of all labels,... Read morePublished on 12 Oct. 2006 by N. ADAMS