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||Date: September 8, 2017 at 12:38|
|Wow. Not very often in the past few years has an album got me so excited. I'll say it from the off, this album is absolutely astonishing. If you like 70's and some classic 80's sounding bands such as Sweet, ELO, Queen, Styx, Boston etc then this album is right up your street. 10 truly wonderful songs and absolutely zero filler. Greg Hart and his boys have truly made their mark right here. Kicking off with Jupiter's Calling you'll notice straight out that the production by the band themselves is top notch. Guitars straight out of the Tom Scholz school of playing and keys that could have come from Zon or Roadmaster. Mad Hatters Tea Party is a full on party tune that should be really cool to hear in a live setting. Scars is a cool AOR style ballad and September Rain is straight ahead Moritz stlye AOR with a chorus and harmonies to die for. Two Fifty Nine is a lovely little rocker that features Vocal harmonies that sound just like Sweet in their heyday.
||Date: September 8, 2017 at 12:58|
|Felix And The Golden Sun sounds just like 70's Queen (News Of The World type era) and Timebomb could have come off of any of the last couple of Queen albums to be honest (Made In Heaven and Innuendo). The title song to these ears is the reason why i love music. The whole feel of the song is just perfect and it comes in at over 7 minutes. It's an epic tune that stays in the brain continuously after playing. Its a pulsating driving tune with Styx style keyboards and a great riff. Queen vocal harmonies dominate, almost Bohemian Rhapsody epicness. Very rare that a song has me this enthralled with every play. I really can't praise this release highly enough, it really is that good. There is no other band out there doing this kinda stuff. It takes me back to when music was so great and a joy on the ear. Stuff nowadays is just churned out consistently by labels and it all sounds the same, these guys are totally different, fun with superb musicianship and incredible vocals. What a band.
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