Label: Progrock Records - PRR780 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
Book of Changes 2. In the Arms of a Gemini 3. Ladrillo 4. Loneliness 5. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch 6. Criticize the Critics 7. It's Your Life 8. Fata Morgana 9. Living by the Dice Cradle to Cradle Total Time Their style of choice is probably best described as Neo-Progressive, but as many other artists exploring this sound in later years their musical canvas covers a somewhat broader territory than what some might associate this genre with.
Lush, atmospheric symphonic backdrops and dreamy guitar soloing are central parts of the compositions explored, but spiced with hard and at times driving riffs, energetic soloing as well as mellower passages of a more ambient inspired nature. At times there's also room for textures with more of a psychedelic and space-oriented origin. With the bass guitar Criticize The Critics - PBII - Plastic Soup a prominent place Why - Various - The Teen Years - My Special Angel the mix and arrangements that at times remind of Golden Earring, blended with an overall style somewhere in between later day IQ and Porcupine Tree, PBII explore a contemporary variety of the neo progressive subset of the progressive rock universe, and deliver an overall solid effort on this occasion.
A well made and well performed debut album overall. The vocals for the most part have a slightly harsh edge, they haven't been smoothed out Dragonforce - Valley Of The Damned much, and that is totally in feeling with this concept album, as this is a call to arms about the state of our environment, and what we are doing to our seas.
The term "plastic soup" refers to the way that carrier bags react when they are in the sea. The more people know about it, the better! The longest song, at nearly thirteen minutes, is the title cut and contains the thought provoking lyrics "It's plastic soup, it chokes the oceans, while all of mankind fails, will we ever hear again, the singing of the whales.
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