"This is Kate Bush's most progressive album and it is a FREAKING masterpiece! It's a love it or hate it album for most people. This is quality creativity. Enjoy it with headphones (a must). Also good while driving in the car with people you barely know."
"The flagship of all progressive rock albums. A must-have. The title track builds up to a dramatic and inspiring ending. This album is 100% perfect and can be enjoyed anytime/anywhere, but especially with headphones while riding on a city bus."
"Brilliant creative artist. Can't understand why he didn't sell millions of copies of any of his CDs. Also check out the sublime, intelligent pop CD "Toy Matinee", a group in which Kevin performed. Good during the day time."
"I first picked up this gem about 14 years ago and it didn't hit home with me. Took it out a couple of years ago and gave it another spin. WOW! Great album! Also, I've seen Adrian in concert about 11 times and he is a MONSTER on the guitar. Don't miss an opportunity to see him live. You won't regret it. Also check out Adrian's "Young Lions" CD."
"This gal can PLAY the guitar! Mix of country with blues and rockabilly. In early 2011 I saw her perform in a very small venue near San Antonio/Austin. She was cool and unpretentious and packed a lot of music in one night. Rosie played the guitar as if she was born with the thing. A very under-rated performer. Listen while eating BBQ or TexMex food or while other people are dancing."
"Best listening is while driving at night. Excellent lyrics and musical performance. Also good with headphones. This is not a wake-up in the bright and happy morning type of CD....it's for listening while it's dark outside and you want to veg-out while still thinking at the same time. This is the last Marillion CD with Fish at the mic. It's also his best performance."
"Very inspiring and deep. This has quickly become one of my favorites with Winchester Diver being my favorite song with its emotional refrain. Sublime! Use expensive headphones or quality loudspeakers and you must be in a soaring emotional mood. Also good after Italian food."
"An under appreciated album that came right after the end of the classic era (Tormoato) and right before the new era explosion of 90125. This gem of an album sounds futuristic and actually rocks like no other Yes album!"