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For more than a decade Sweden's now legendary progressive rock giants, The Flower Kings have dominated the new worldwide Prog revival. Originally drawing from obvious influences such as Yes and Genesis, the Flower Kings have evolved into a seasoned and mature band who's sound is now as recognizable as that of their mentors. A sound that has come to be adored by fans and press alike. Over the years The Flower Kings have experimented with various approaches to their writing, arrangements and instrumentation, but The Sum Of No Evil represents something of a return to their roots and traditions. The result: This is The Flower Kings at their best - melodic and timeless progressive rock played by masters of their instruments.
The bonus disc on the Special Edition contains four additional tracks as well as a making of The Sum Of No Evil .
|1. One More Time 13.10|
|2. Love Is The Answer 25.50|
|3. Trading My Soul 7.25|
|4. The Sum Of No Reason 13.25|
|5. Flight 999 (Brimstone Air) 5.00|
|6. Life In Motion 13.30|
Wow, I like these guys. Song have many sections, key changes, meter changes.
Songs are well written and manage to change grooves very gracefully. Read more
As others in their reviews have referred to, Sum of No Evil is an album that has the misfortune of coming well after some of their earlier masterpieces and as such, suffers by... Read morePublished on November 4, 2010 by Brian
I will not go into too much detail but I was very pleased with this disc. All I can say is that this is a very good prog album and the Flower Kings did not disappoint. Read morePublished on July 30, 2010 by JOHN L. KOWAL
FK bookend their latest with the only really interesting tracks, putting together a typically swollen release with many uplifting tidbits inside a tired whole.Published on April 20, 2010 by IRate
Flower Kings return with a consistent, inspired and solid album this time, intensely focusing on symphonic progressive rock. Read morePublished on October 7, 2008 by E. Minkovitch
The Flower Kings have been one of the most prolific and successful progressive rock bands of the past decade. Read morePublished on September 19, 2008 by Steven Sly
IMHO, best FKs album since Unfold the Future. Not one bad song on the album, which is good, considering that all but two songs are over 12 minutes. Read morePublished on August 5, 2008 by Dr. M
I had not actually ever heard of this band until I read a review of this CD on a progressive music website that I frequent. Read morePublished on May 19, 2008 by JP