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Vintage keyboards, mellotron, moog, great performance of the instruments.
For the entire CD, little or no imagination is demonstrated whatsoever - the songs are basically just boring, pretty lethargic sounding - to my ear anyway.
Highly recommended along with Anglagard's Epilog (1994) to those folks looking for decent music in the current symphonic prog scene.
Excellent! This is a masterpiece and a must have of any prog rock collection. Vintage keyboards, mellotron, moog, great performance of the instruments.Published 7 months ago by taclon
I have bought this album becouse of all these great reviews in Amazon. But I realy dissapointed becouse of groups generic compositions which are actualy consist of samples from a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by U. O. Demirkol
Pretty much forgettable/unmemorable attempt at the classic prog rock sound. The title track which clocks in at almost 28 minutes, I believe, is about 26 or 27 minutes too long,... Read morePublished on October 4, 2011 by SRT
Wake me up when it's over, I should say!!
Ok, such retro-prog (old King Crimson and a bit Gentle Giant-like), in the manner of the dark progressive bands from Scandinavia (do... Read more
Mildly noticeable modern progressive rock release humbly tries to bring the dated genre up to speed with some more current influence, but still bites off more then they can chew. Read morePublished on January 21, 2009 by IRate
Wobbler is a progressive rock band from Norway who specialize in long epic 70's style prog. There are only 4 tracks on this disc that clocks in at well over an hour. Read morePublished on July 21, 2008 by Steven Sly
About a minute and a half into the title track you're going to think you're listening to a long lost Yes album. Read morePublished on June 19, 2007 by S. Perry