|Sjef Oellers||17-Jan-2001||Doppler 444|
The album starts rather weak with two clinical sounding tracks of typical, slick, 80's fusion. The overkill on digital synths and cheesy guitar playing is rather off-putting to my ears. Fortunately, the tracks that follow are a lot more interesting. Here they try an energetic, symphonic-ornamented fusion style rather similar to Kenso and Ain Soph, but played with more intensity and sounding definitely less clinical than the first two tracks. The last, 18-minute track is the highlight of the album. Here some Zeuhl, i.e. Weidorje, seems to slip into their sound, but overall it is a decent piece of symphonic rock with fusion influences.
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