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  • Audio CD
  • Label: Lion
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 28, 2009
Format: Audio CD
2002's All in Time is the debut album from Swedish progressive rockers Mister Kite. The band, which takes its name from a Beatles lyric, has a sound that's both completely familiar and completely unique. Mister Kite's brooding, melodic prog rock approach is immediately reminiscent of King's X, Spock's Beard, Presto Ballet, Galactic Cowboys, and to some extent Freak Kitchen (that band's guitarist makes a guest appearance on this album), but they don't sound exactly like any of those bands.

All in Time is a very memorable progressive rock album. The band members are all highly proficient musicians, but they don't rely on extended instrumental suites (the longest track on the album barely clears the 6-minute mark). Instead the band earns their "progressive" tag comes from an innovative blend of rhythms, melodies, vocal harmonies and dark lyrics. OK, the 4-part "The Diary of a Stranger" suite is pretty traditional.

If you're a fan of any of the bands mentioned above, or are just looking for some interesting, high quality progressive rock, you'd do well to check out Mister Kite. If you prefer a more metallic approach, 2004's Box of Fear (which has a more Dream Theater/Evergrey vibe) is your best bet, but All in Time is equally impressive in its own right.
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