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GPS Window To The Soul CD InsideOut Records (W/Guthrie Govan) US Version
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Window to the Soul

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Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Inside Out

Catalog Number: SPV 48852

Average Rating: 87 / 100 (10 ratings)


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John Payne vocals, bass, guitar
Guthrie Govan guitars
Jay Schellen drums, percussion
Ryo Okumoto keyboards
1.  Window to the Soul  
2.  New Jerusalem  
3.  Heaven Can Wait  
4.  Written on the Wind  
5.  I Believe in Yesterday  
6.  The Objector  
7.  All My Life  
8.  Gold  
9.  Since You've Been Gone  
10.  Taken Dreams  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: eye of the tiger Date: October 26, 2006 at 9:47
one thing`s for sure....this guy had a lot of influence on ASIA the later years.....this is a very good new project for mr Payne, a lot of melodic stuff in here. If you`re into Asia`s later stuff, then this is a must have..as usual some tunes could have been shortened ,but hey.....keep up the good work mr Payne...

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From: Jez Date: November 9, 2006 at 14:15
Pretty much what I was expecting, once I heard that the Payne era Asia had been shelved, due to the call of the dollar!!There's some great songs on here though, including the title track, 'New Jerusalem' & 'Gold', with special mention going to Ryo Okumoto's keys that lend a quite different feel to some of the arrangements, compared to the trademark 'Parping' of Geoff Downes in Asia. One of the stronger Proggy release of this year & a Disc I like quite a lot.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: January 29, 2009 at 14:46
This sounded much better on the second and third listenings than it did to start with! I ended up liking 6 songs out of 10 from this album - with the favourite being "Gold". As mentioned above by Eye of the Tiger, some of the songs could have benefitted from being a bit shorter - maybe that's just the way Prog AOR is! I think that the reformed original Asia's "Phoenix" just edges this one in terms of being the follow-up to "Silent Nation".

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