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Artist: Kino

Title: Picture

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Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Inside Out

Catalog Number: SPV 089-40820 CD/DVD

Personnel

John Mitchell Guitars, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals
John Beck Keyboards, Lead Vocals
Pete Trewavas Bass, Bass Pedals, Backing Vocals
Chris Maitland Drums, Backing Vocals

Debut disc featuring members of Marillion, It Bites, Arena & Porcupine Tree

Tracks

1.  Losers Day Parade  
2.  Letting Go  
3.  Leave A Light On  
4.  Swimming In Women  
5.  People  
6.  All You See  
7.  Perfect Tense  
8.  Room For Two  
9.  Holding On  
10.  Picture  

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From: Jez Date: April 3, 2005 at 11:12
Definately one of may favourites this year so far. Bought it on the strength of the line up involved and boy it doesn't disappoint. This is Progressively influenced, but i will add that AOR/MR fans will get a lot out of this one aswell. If you look at the members previous/current bands that will give you a clue as to where this one is coming from, It Bites & Marillion in particular. A great rewarding album that pays off big time for everyone, if given time and a bit of patience.

From: Swriter Date: April 6, 2005 at 18:43
first off, I am a prog head, Spocks Beard, PTree, Fkings, etc, and I am a melodic rock lover, not too many of us that enjoy both, for us, THIS is a great one!!! a cool aor/prog mix, very good!!!!!

From: AOR freaky Date: April 7, 2005 at 4:38
I have to agree with both Jez and Swriter on this one ! What a pleasant surprise this is ! I'm not a Flower Kings fan, absolutely not, but this is great ! Fine mix indeed of prog and AOR, with lots of keys !

From: JF Date: February 3, 2006 at 19:55
Buen disco. Para aquellos que les gusta Asia, Marillion, Saga, Genesis,Yes. Es una mezcla de todo ellos. Quizas si no conoces mucho este estilo podrias comenzar con este.

From: juan carlos Date: May 22, 2007 at 13:57
Empiezan con "Losers Day Parade" que es el tema mas largo y el mas progresivo del disco para luego hacer temas mas en una onda tranquila y atmosférica si cabe el término. No soy muy amante de lo progresivo pero el disco está bueno. Mis favoritas son "Letting Go", "Leave A Light On (Telling Me to Tell You)" Muy buena profusión de teclados, "All You See" y la semi-Balada "Perfect Tense". 8/10


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