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  • Audio CD (May 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Inside Out Music
  • ASIN: B007RXC416
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,065 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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HEADSPACE were introduced to the Progressive Rock
scene with their first EP entitled I Am... back in 2007.
This set the benchmark for what to expect from the highly
anticipated British Progressive Rock band.
The brand new album I Am Anonymous is a powerful,
heavy progressive concept album that carves its own
place within the progressive genre. In places, transitioning
between Pete Rinaldi's crushing metal riff's to
Zeppelin-esque vocals from Damian Wilson and monstrous
moog soloing affiliated with the Wakeman surname.
HEADSPACE continue to push the boundaries of
progressive music with their latest offering a journey
through the acceptance of being human, morality and
existence.

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Music NEEDS these qualities - music of all genres.
Hayden
There's a very pleasant mixture of heavy guitars and melodic excellence... and no cookie monster voices or "kill-the-drummer" songs.
J. Allen
Sure, many new bands continue to emerge out of nowhere, but very few of them manage to leave a lasting impact.
Murat Batmaz

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Murat Batmaz on June 26, 2012
Format: Audio CD
There has been a dramatic drop in the quality of progressive metal in recent years. Sure, many new bands continue to emerge out of nowhere, but very few of them manage to leave a lasting impact. Either they just disappear before getting a chance to release a follow-up to their decent debut or they choose to modify their writing so drastically that the end result no longer appeals to the prog metal listener.

Headspace is an exception. Of all the 'newcomers', this band is bound to impress fans of progressive metal that adheres to the principles set by mid- and late-90s bands with a nod to the prog rock giants of the 70s, mainly due to the use of keyboards. Speaking of keyboards, the band is the brainchild of Adam Wakeman, the son of the legendary Rick Wakeman. Despite being primarily a keyboard player, Wakeman is a very prolific artist: he has played rhythm guitar in Black Sabbath, keyboards on Ozzy's solo album, and he also has an ambient instrumental disc (which I need to check out soon).

His keyboard work is Kevin Moore-like in a way: dark, sparse, and atmospheric. It defines the sound character of the whole album. Rather than overplaying, though, Adam Wakeman promotes the less-is-more technique, employing sparse synth tones to achieve ominous soundscapes underscoring the heavy guitar work. Keyboard solos are kept to a minimum, as Wakeman definitely plays to the strength of the tunes, utilizing his agility and flashy lead playing during the most focal points only. The synth solo that enters at the end of "Die with a Bullet" is intoxicating! It is mindbendingly fast, but it retains its melodic focus all throughout and ends the song on a high note.

On vocals, we have the great Damian Wilson, hence many fans will undoubtedly draw comparisons to Threshold and Star One.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Orosz on August 14, 2012
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Somewhat randomly discovered this band, and wow, it's quite an impressive debut album for a new band. They have everything you would want in a progressive metal record.

I was blown away by the potent instrumentation and powerful vocal-work, (very Iron Maiden-esque). The keyboard work is astounding throughout, and as the album goes on the bass lines get progressively better and better. There really is a nice mix of hard-hitting metal and softer, more melodic tunes to listen to, many times within the same song.

A refreshing and very pleasantly surprising find, Headspace nailed it as far as making a compelling album that I will listen to again and again.

If you are a fan of bands like Dream Theater or Haken, you will enjoy this album.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nessy NH on September 30, 2012
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I very rarely give albums five stars: just check my other reviews. I think 5 stars means a masterpiece or close to it. I believe people on Amazon give 5 stars too liberally. But this albums an exception: I guess it deserves 5 stars completely.
It demands your attention and more than one or two listening sessions. This is not a background music, but it will also will not get boring soon. I didn't like it too much in the beginning: it sounded a bit chaotic and not focused. But after a while everything started getting into their places! This album is full of nuances, themes and sub-themes, great solos, different moods, hooks, etc., so you find something new during each listening.
How do I call the genre of the music? I'd say modern British prog rock with metal edge. Their sounds in similar to Dream Theater, Arena and debut album of fellow Brits Hacken.
The band is great in all departments, and Damian Wilson's vocal is as great as usual.
I belive this album is the album of the year in prog rock/prog-metal category, even though this year was full of good releases. In my opinion, it leaves behind in the dust the much hyped 2012 releases from Dream Theater, Squackett, Arjen Lucassen, The Flower Kings, The Prog Collective, Flying Colors, Storm Corrosion, etc. Many of them are very good, but most of them get boring pretty soon.
Or at least this is the best "new" band of 2012, although its members are far from being newbies! :)
Don't miss it!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dave Mark on November 24, 2012
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I decided to pick this up on a whim after I noticed that I had "loved" a few tracks from it on my Last.FM account. Also, having recently picked up the latest Threshold album, I was kind of on a Damian Wilson kick. I was completely startled at how incredible this entire album is! It is a fantastic blend of smooth, silky sections, crunchy aggressive parts, cerebral lyrics, excellent musicianship and arrangement... all the things one digs in a progressive band.

If you are looking for something new to flesh out your catalog, this is a great start.

For reference, my prog list includes Dream Theater, Threshold, Vanden Plas, Circus Maximus, Seventh Wonder, Redemption, Darkwater, Sieges Even, etc.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reality on August 8, 2012
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Describing the necessary music for what means the returning of a hope for the conflict - I like the song invasion -
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By jkf on June 9, 2014
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These guys kick arse! The songs are excellent from the begining to the end. The musicianship is solid. Great vocals.Great guitar playing. Great drums.Great keyboards.I came upon these guys while searching for some good prog rock. Hopefully these guys will record more cds cause they are a great band.
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