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Category: Progressive Rock
Label: Inside Out
Catalog Number: IOMCD 128
|4.||1/2 A World Away||5:48|
|5.||There Is No End||5:15|
|9.||I Could (bonus track)||4:22|
|Total Running Time:||53:27|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: August 18, 2003 at 20:57|
|This certainly is not a bad album, and the more you listen to it, the more you tend to like certain things, but it still is not a Yes album, nor is it a follow-up to Squire’s "Fish Out Of Water" solo album. Instead it’s the perfect marriage between AOR and prog, resulting in something which is closer to "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" than "Close To The Edge".|
|From: Hrudet||Date: January 21, 2004 at 1:16|
|Lots of melodic hooks are intertwined in the songs, which are for the most part fairly straight ahead. Only 1 song passes 10 minutes and one other 7 minutes. Good stuff for fans of the guys and the genre.|
|From: Nick C||Date: November 14, 2005 at 19:27|
|Being a fan of pretty much all things Billy Sherwood I think this is a great album...yeah I'm biased I guess. It's very very reminiscent of his previous bands World Trade and The Key. But then you have good ol' Chris Squire - bass god extrodinaire on this (his second collaboration with Billy outside of Yes). The bass playing as you would expect is great especially on the title track where it has a kind of boingy feel! As I say if you have heard World Trade then you'll know what to expect.|
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