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||Date: March 16, 2003 at 23:42|
|More Spanish Prog??? Yes, but this is a step up! It certainly has progressive elements, but it retains a melodic nature. More keyboards (which is always good), and a leaning towards a more AOR style. Most of the songs are fairly upbeat mid-tempo rockers. A couple of the tracks would classify as "radio friendly", but the majority are probably too progressive in nature for that. It's not "sing along" material, but it's definitely not a bad listen. It helps bridge the gap between AOR and prog rock. Some of the more acoustic sections of the music are especially pleasant to listen to.|
The lead singer has a unique voice, at times (believe it or not) sounding a bit like Cher (this isn't meant as an insult, guys, but it's true), especially on Worlds Apart, which is a great ballad. You get a wide variety of styles on this disc, but overall it's decent melodic material.
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||Date: July 20, 2003 at 19:02|
|From the Spanish AOR label Vinny Records comes this interesting AOR release that should find some fans out there. The guys have a pretty smooth sound and a particularly interesting keyboard sound. The music is classic style European AOR, heavy with keyboards and an overall 80's sound. The main point is their songs are pretty strong and should establish them enough for a second album to follow.
||Date: April 20, 2004 at 23:45|
|Some of these ten songs are stunning to say the least. The ballad 'Worlds Apart' has the obligatory huge chorus and melting moment verses. Great stuff. They pick up the pace on the racy 'So I Can See' where the keyboard solo duels with the lead guitar. Another nice moment is the ballad 'Matter Of Trust' veering right into the path of Mike And The Mechanics material, while 'The Candle' is another fantastic Toto laced ballad to end the album.
||Date: February 16, 2005 at 6:05|
|Good songs, voice and guitars, but a little poor production. Worth the buy, though!
||Date: March 20, 2005 at 5:48|
|este cantante... en mi opinion estropea la buena musica del grupo
||Date: November 3, 2006 at 13:11|
|Fantastic release,top notch prog/aor of high quality with great and original tunes,good production and also a good voice(not great but personal).A very good mix between 91 Suite,first Dream Theater(sometimes)and Halo,this is my note here.Highly recommended,9,5/10.
||Date: July 10, 2007 at 15:23|
|ke disco por dios ke si baladas por todo lado la lokura como para estar con su novia es lo mejor de lo mejor no se dejen intimidar por la fecha unake es muy nuevo suenan 80`s puros jeje discfrutenlo saludos desde bogota colombia.
||Date: January 17, 2012 at 4:04|
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