Nearly two years since their last album, Doomsday Afternoon, Phideaux unveils Number Seven. It's a bit of a surreal concept allegory with fantastic 20 page booklet. Definitely, eye popping artwork and ear candy music. Number Seven finds Phideaux, the band, stretching out with their "post-pythagorean presentation" of one man/mouse's enlightenment. The music is a mixture of chamber fusion, melodic progressive rock plus a lot of instrumental interplay and orchestration. This album contains only the members of the live Phideaux band with no additional enhancements. In terms of the Phideaux discography, you will find this album to have more in common with Doomsday Afternoon or Chupacabras than with any of the others. The emphasis is on long form here. This is a remastered/slightly remixed edition.