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After reading all the reviews about this album being their defining work, I was more than ready to jump on board and enjoy some new IQ (for me). I own Dark Matter, Subterranea, The Seventh House and Frequency and out of those albums, only Dark Matter really stood out as a true, complete masterpiece with each song being a great piece of prog.
The rest of those albums all had some great songs and some wonderful lyrics and themes, but there were definitely movements in each album that sort of meandered and lost me from time to time. I was really hoping for another Dark Matter with Ever and there are a few movements on the album that are excellent. Unfortunately, this album ends up being another "Subterranea" - a good album with some great songs and passages that just sort of meander about until the song finds a way of recapturing my attention.
It's definitely a good prog album, and if you like IQ, this is a nice addition, but I wouldn't recommend this above Dark Matter.
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IQ became my recent favorite group in 2007, after missing so many years of just not knowing who they were. Thanks to Amazon. Read morePublished on January 21, 2009 by Ricardo Haskins
I bought this after i heard the band, Frost. The keyboardist is from IQ and wrote everything on the Frost cd. Read morePublished on July 9, 2008 by Stratcat58
Awesome band that continues the prog tradition. Essential!Published on February 19, 2007 by NEOPROG RAN
If you don't know IQ, I would suggest to began with this one. There is only one weaker song "Out of nowhere" The rest of the album is top rated prog music, songs very well... Read morePublished on January 13, 2007 by Guy Campeau
IQ is the Best Progressive Band out there, PERIOD!
Everyone of their cds are brilliant!
Ever is one of their best!
BUY EVER & THEN BUY THEM ALL!!!
Their attempt to polish the old sound of 80's NEW PROG has been very appreciated, even if the fans of the early IQ aren't satisfied at all... Read morePublished on December 14, 2002 by Lethe