Release Date: 1999

Track Listing
1)  Day For Night
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2)  Gibberish
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3)  Skin
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4)  Distance To The Sun, The
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5)  Crack The Big Sky
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6)  Gypsy, The
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7)  Can't Get It Wrong
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8)  Healing Colors Of Sound, The (Part 1)
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9)  My Shoes
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10)  Mommy Comes Back
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11)  Lay It Down
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12)  Healing Colors Of Sound, The
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13)  My Shoes (Revisited)
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14)  (untitled) - (hidden track)
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Member: ffroyd (Profile) (All Album Reviews by ffroyd)
Date: 8/12/2000
Format: CD (Album)

One of the finest of the "Next Generation" progressive rock bands. These guys incorporate so many different styles and influences into their music it makes the head spin. I guess the closest thing I should compare them to is Dream Theater but they bring much more to the table than that. Many parts remind me of different artists like Gentle Giant, Yes & Kansas but they never stay in one place for too long. The organist, Ryo, has a very heavy Richard Wright (Pink Floyd) sound. Everybody that sings, sings well and the harmony parts can be very complex at times. Nick, the drummer, also appeared on the last Genesis album. I've said it before and I'll say it agian - Phil Collins is one of the best drummers around and it must have been a tough job to fill his shoes.

The last 20 minutes of this album, beginning with The Healing Colors of Sound, just have to be heard to be believed. Is there a term like Ultra-Prog to describe these guys or something. I know they've only been around for a few years and this is like their fourth or fifth album, but they show tons of maturity.
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