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on 14 February 2016
Great album! This is an album full of great songs and a very good sound. This is prog a la 2016.( Well, it was released in 2013...) I turned to this band by pure Luck, as i saw their name and thought of Subsignal by Rush. On this Version, there is also a live concert recorded in Mannheim in 2012.Highly recommended!!
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on 10 September 2017
item arrived in perfect condition
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on 10 December 2016
Lyrically, Subsignal have stepped in to fill the void left by Eloy, and evolved the concepts to the present day (horizons, sands of time, destination, etc etc). Musically, they are happily moving away from the metal-oriented grunge sounds that accompanied their early stuff and clamouring for a sound pallet with a wider appeal. Many of the shorter songs are just that, songs, with a very high vocals to instrumental ratio, so you really need to get into their longer cuts to discover a more intellectual compositional approach, and sadly this album resists going too far down that avenue so that the it offers a bland, predictable, generic euro-rock sound for a wide variety of low-expectation listeners. Always okay/good but never great.
The bonus "LIVE" album in this special edition showcases material from their earlier albums worked over to reign them in to the latest generic band sound, and because the music isn't exactly the most technical product on the market at the moment, the versions are well executed, so you can listen without the dread that often accompanies live performances by Eloy, Floyd and the like, where they can't even press the right keys on the synthesiser.. This extra insight into the band does tend to indicate to new listeners that they are currently on a low, uninspired ebb...they've done better than the studio stuff offered here, so look into some of their other releases before dismissing them out of hand as also-rans in the grand scheme of things.
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on 9 November 2013
Love this band and have enjoyed their previous 2 albums. This one rocks and as with all best albums I first wondered if it was a move forward..it is! Great melodies and singing makes this simply a cd that stays in the cd player for months.Not one bad track on the record and some that stand out so much I actually hit repeat!
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on 21 April 2014
This brilliant music and i hope this band will tour to my country Indonesia. I had all album from this band. I become fans since their worked at Sieges Even from 1994.....buy or die
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on 29 June 2016
Great album. I'm buying all their back catalogue
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