Rated PG What would you like to know about this product? Please enter your name, your email and your question regarding the product in the fields below, and we'll answer you in the next hours. You can unsubscribe at any time. Enter email address. Welcome to Christianbook. Not this one. This is a sheer masterpiece of progressive rock music--one for the ages! Five stars; a certifiable masterpiece of progressive rock music.
Review by Tarcisio Moura Prog Reviewer. At first I did not enjoy the album very much, it reminded me too much in the style of The Bread is Mine, but like another reviewer here said, after a few spins you start to get it: the music is very good, deceptively simplistic and full of details. It is a step forward into the right direction, with better songwriting and more personality. Great prog stuff, even if not exactly bombastic. It shows more clearly the direction the band would go from then on.
Rating: something between 3,5 and 4 stars. Even with a couple of missteps this CD is still above mere very good. It looks like Believe finally got rid of all the elements that hampered their music i. Yet, it sounds full, complete and symphonic all the way. Instruments come and go at the right moment, showing a great team work. That rhythm section really knows about light and shade. Surprisingly, Satomi herself handles all the keyboards duties and does a fine job too.
New singer Lukasz Ociepa has a very nice voice and his passionate delivering is quite moving. You hardly notice any difference. The songwriting sees the band again at its best: 7 tracks all over the 8 minute mark and 65 minutes of music in total that seems to end too fast. Emotional vocals, tasteful arrangements and beautiful solos all wrapped up by a crystal clear production. Who could ask for more? Every tracks is a gem and they all blend in for a smooth listening.
Only the closer VI the tunes have no titles, only numbers with its heavy rhythm guitar intro does have a slightly gothic metal feeling, but it is only for a few moments before it segues into the the new style Believe has created and finishes the album with a high note. Conclusion: my favorite album of , and one of the best I heard in decades. It is really a joy to see a band like Believe, which started quite promising but never seeming to reach its full potential for years, finally surpassing all expectations and evolving into something so marvelous, in the tradition of bands like Collage, Quidam and Albion.
Poland still delivers great prog music! Rating: ten stars with honors! Essential for any neo prog lover and highly recommended to anyone who enjoys fine music! Well, OK, it is different, but in a good way. The Warmest Of The Sun is definitely a grower: they often reveal themselves as a kind of more sparse and modern sounding version of Collage.
Mirek Gil is surely the star of the show with his trademark fluid, melodic and expressive guitar solos, but it would be nothing if the songs were not up to the challenge. And they are all very good, although certainly also more demanding to the listener than the music of Collage and Satellite. Yes, for my taste I still think Collage and Satellite are better, but since neither band has delivered anything new lately, this is the best next thing.
Besides, it looks like Believe finally found a sound of their own, which is really surprising. There are even some fine vocal harmonies that added to the great tapestry of their music. King's Disease [Explicit]. Big Tyme. The Lost Tapes 2 [Explicit].
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