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Top Customer Reviews
Like all the best rock music, this is an album which is to be explored, not just listened to, and the download price frankly is a steal for an album you'll play again and again.
From the mighty opening of Behind, which gives us 9 minutes or more of some fantastic musical interplay and almost Porcupine Tree-esque prog metal, with the some powerful rocking guitar work, underpinned by mighty drums, through the Eastern flavoured hypnotic Abintra, the more reflective Book of Faces, the epic 8 minutes of the End of Evolution, which is the closest to traditional prog on the album, with its fantastic keyboard work, the brilliant Dives and Paupers, ending with the rather fantatstically titled, and even more brilliantly performed Coming to Terms with Mortality in the face of insurmountable Odds, which closes one of the finest albums I have heard so far this year.
The vocals are fantastic, the musicianship is astonishingly brilliant, and the overarching concept of technophobia and social dislocation is woven magically into these 6 tracks.
This is arguably one of the albums of the year, and gives the prog genre a revitalising shot in the arm.
Reservations aside, I commend this CD to the House.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i bought this album on the other 5 reviews at the time and will only say that i agree with the comments made in that it is an album with hidden depths and is musically well... Read morePublished on 1 Jun. 2013 by Prog Pensioner
This is the album of modern progressive psychedelic rock that is, nevertheless, rooted deep in the classic forms of the genre. Read morePublished on 25 May 2013 by Alexander Biryukov