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|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...
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||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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