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Walking on H2O
Genres: Rock, Metal
Mind's Eye are definitely one of the most talented Prog Metal bands from Sweden. On ''Walking on H2O '' they are releasing a fine concept album dealing with human evolution and everything connected to it from the spiritual... more »
Mind's Eye are definitely one of the most talented Prog Metal bands from Sweden. On ''Walking on H2O '' they are releasing a fine concept album dealing with human evolution and everything connected to it from the spiritual side (religion, science, non - human intelligenge etc.). The task is to create a great musical background where the listener can project the images coming from his brain.Majestic hooklines, great instrumental abilities and great songwriting make ''Walking on H2O'' a great released for all fans!.Lion Music.2006
Inspired prog-rock extravanganza
JeffGonsalves | Citrus Heights, CA USA | 09/15/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's too bad there aren't many reviews on this album. "Mind's Eye" has created an excellent CD full of catchy yet intricate vocal harmonies, top-notch song construction, and a seamless, flowing quality to the songs that doesn't seem contrived. Whereas some progressive bands excel at virtuosity (which some denigrate as "overplaying"--but isn't that the very essence of progressive music?), "Mind's Eye" excel at creating memorable, infectious grooves and fantastic melodies. Their sound is huge for a core of only three musicians. And every player is a master of his instrument. The singer is instantly likeable, with a pleasing mid-range voice that reminds me occasionally of Freak Kitchen's singer, especially when he mentions "Sixty Minutes" in the opening song, "Rabbit in a Hat". Every tune here is a winner, with my favorites being "Ms. Claire Voyant", "Getting You Out of my Sytem", "Heal My Karma", and the awesome "Sahara In An Hourglass". "Sahara" has an ominous, recurring, Middle-Eastern tinged melody that reminds me of Black Stallions thundering across a desert with hooded bandits in the saddles waving scimitars--great music that paints a picture. They also use vocal processing, muted urban drumbeats, and electronic effects to add modern flourishes.
Clocking in at 75 minutes, "Walking on H2O" is a generous offering of this neglected band's musical prowess. For me it's one of the best releases in the last decade."