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Category: Progressive Rock
Label: Inside Out Records
Catalog Number: 2062
|1.||Feed Part I (Stone By Stone)|
|2.||Feed Part II (The Awakening)|
|4.||In a Garden Made of Stones|
|5.||Some Things You Can't Return|
|6.||Angels in Vertigo|
|8.||Crows in the Wire|
|9.||I'm Not Waiting|
|11.||Black Smoke and Mirrors|
|12.||Time bonus track|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: January 28, 2004 at 17:43|
|The music is a mix of metal and a little bit of prog, all in a very dark vein. In fact, on some parts of the disc I found some Porcupine Tree influences, while in the faster ones I noticed a lot of Fates Warning–like music. The guitar riffs are predominant and of course the music depends on them, almost exclusively. A good disc that has particular atmospheres. So if you need these kind of characteristics, go and buy it!|
|From: Dean||Date: September 5, 2004 at 22:52|
|Since no one has mentioned it before the singer used to be the lead singer in Psychotic Waltz(a phenomenal power/prog band) While this is still a great band it's hard to top Psychotic Waltz. Devon's lyrics are always pretty thought provoking. They throw in the flute during a few tunes which gives a Tull feel plus Devon is a huge fan of multi-tracked vocals which are done very well. Very dark and atmospheric.|
|From: JLande||Date: November 2, 2004 at 13:48|
|I you like Conception this is your band. Progresive metal!!!|
|From: scarecrow||Date: December 10, 2004 at 14:59|
|an album that has very specific atmospheric participation based upon the rock sound and some prog themes.in my opinion that is much better than their first album also they (band members) have spent lots of time while composin'.it worths listenin'!!!!!|
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