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  • Audio CD (May 15, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B00CTAOYIS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,977 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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All I can recommend is that you buy it and listen from start to finish and let the music engulf your senses.
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There is some nice arrangements with some exotic guitars.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JP Pulles on May 28, 2013
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I have to warn anyone that comes to this album to not be be alarmed by the opening chords of No Cause For Alarm (Overture). Sure it begins with a very intense vibe in the opening seconds BUT it sets the show in the same way Sigur Ros set Agaetis Byrjun (what with the reversed samples from the last moments of the album) and this is actually similar thematically.

THIS is a concept album in a sense that most of the progressive rockers are. This is a concise album, with highlights and such that evoke and conceptualize what this album is, musical cues and lyrics which convey the heaviness of an album that is in essence about life and death (with track names such as "In Utero", "The Man Who Died Two Times", a Waltz in E Minor dedicated to Peter Banks who died shortly after recording for this album, and "In Extremis). It's a familiar theme revisited; this was a thing with Oscar Fuentes and Sepand Samzedeh's self-titled EP, but it's expertly examined thanks to contributions from artists, such as the aforementioned Peter Banks, Billy Sherwood of Yes (a perpetual figure on the album thanks to his drumming and a lot of lead vocals aside from The Man Who Died Two Times), Tony Levin from Peter Gabriel's band and King Crimson on all of the album tracks, another notable member of Yes, Rick Wakeman on Mellotron Flute and Mini-Moog on one track, Eggshell Man.

This time, there are vocals. They are sung by Billy Sherwood except for on The Man Who Died Two Times, a very catchy prog-rock song that is right up there with any of the more popular Yes or Genesis songs, this time sung by Colin Moulding from XTC (a New Wave band) who is able to deliver the punches and capture the lyrics.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Maximus Decimus Meridius on May 21, 2013
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I wasn't sure how DBS would have been able to improve upon their debut album but not only have they done so, they have raised the bar for all progressive rock albums out there. In Extremis is a complete work of such magnitude and grandeur that its tough for me to compare it to anything else out there.

Soaring notes and intricate composition lifts the listener to elevated heights and makes you very aware of the time, passion and sheer love that went into the creative process to put this album together.

All I can recommend is that you buy it and listen from start to finish and let the music engulf your senses. You will not be sorry.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By New to Review on May 21, 2013
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I have friend who has been introducing me to Prog and he suggested I check out these guys. He had purchased their first album and was raving about it. This is their second album and apparently it has been 5 years in the making. Check out the title track and you will know that it was worth the time they put into it. It has some surprise guests (from Yes) and really brings some really nice nods to the greats. I am not the best at these reviews but this album is definitely worth your while. I wanted to purchase the CD bc I love the art work but unfortunately that wasn't available through amazon at the time of the purchase. I have the album playing nonstop at work and the people who have heard it all ask who is playing. Great album! Hopefully we wont have to wait another 5 for their next one. But if we do, I am sure it wont disappoint!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joe Wilbur on May 22, 2013
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The long awaited sophomore album from this awesome duo is an incredible work of art, start to finish. My favorite artists are those that focus on the overall scope of the record, the collective, all the songs coming together into one album. DBS has done that successfully twice now! Great flow, great guitar work ("In Utero" has equal parts serenity and face melting beauty), and a great use of special guest musicians to spice things up. Love this record, great music, definitely recommend it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Douglas E. Kostelnik on May 21, 2013
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This album grabs you from the second it begins and spins you around until the last note of the last song.

It is quite uncommon to come across an album where every song is enjoyable and unique, but yet still be cohesive piece of work. It opens with an overture with bits and pieces of the entire album. Part of the "fun" is finding the elements that are common between the songs. There is a bit of everything in this CD to include a Tar solo that kicks-butt,

I would recommend this album to anyone that appreciates music. I think the band is classed as progressive, but I would say that it more than most of the progressive bands out there. Their sound is big, original, interesting, and fun.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Erik Nielsen on May 21, 2013
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I've been hooked on these guys since the debut album in 2007. It had such a perfect balance between thought, introspection, space, power and rhythm. The new album "In Extremis" continues this trend and evolves their sound even further with the addition of vocals and an orchestra. The guest players - Rick Wakeman, Peter Banks, Colin Moulding, Tony Levin and Billy Sherwood - also don't hurt, but make no mistake - the bulk of the writing and playing is the core duo of Oscar and Sepand. Long, slow burn tracks like the title track contrast with the snappy, uptempo and concise "The Man Who Died Two Times", amply sung by XTC's Colin Moulding. "Eggshell Man" brings in the vintage prog feel with a massive Rick Wakeman Moog solo coupled with Peter Bank's exotic guitar stylings. What a pleasure to hear this, even after the time it took to gestate. Well done, very proud of you.
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