Release Date: 1992

Track Listing
1)  21 (5.49)
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2)  Winterthru (3.45)
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3)  Memoirs From Between (8.01)
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4)  Reaping The Harvest (1.41)
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5)  In Every Garden (4.39)
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6)  A Little Nonsense (3.37)
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7)  The Sentimental Chain (1.40)
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8)  One Voice (5.20)
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9)  Here I Am (5.21)
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10)  Cactapus (2.51)
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A Suite For The Everyman:
11)  Only Twelve (1.17)
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12)  A Cautious Repose (2.27)
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13)  Bearing Down (3.49)
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14)  Cash Flow Shuffle (.39)
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15)  Mr. Oxy Moron (3.23)
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16)  Twelve's Enough (2.21)
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17)  I Am The Tide (1.15)
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18)  Cannoning In B Major (1.19)
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19)  Picture Perfect (.55)
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20)  Those That Want To Buy (6.45)
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21)  Suffocating The Bloom (4.03)
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Member: Frumious B
Date: 3/6/2003


Cha-ching!! Echolyn's first album showed a ton of potential. Here they cash it in and then some. This is an amazing album and one of the five or so best prog releases of the nineties. The sound is more woody and acoustic than the first album with a bit of a Jethro Tull and Gentle Giant sensibility. The band's songwriting has really gelled. The roughly thirty minute "Suite For The Everyman" might not be the tightest and most cohesive epic ever written, but does it ever bring the tunes. (10 out of 10)

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