MP3 Phideaux - The Great Leap
Komplettes MP3 Album von Phideaux
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Beautiful doomladen Rock music; dark and mysterious with melodic singing, trumpets, cellos, theremins and vintage keyboards -- psychedelic progressive rock
Käufer, die sich für (David Bowie Pink Floyd Jethro Tull) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Phideaux is back with a heavier rock album of angry, scary, paranoid songs about life in an increasingly totalitarian society. "The Great Leap" [named for Chairman Mao’s famously inept campaign ’the great leap forward’] is part one of a conceptual trilogy [Part two "Doomsday Afternoon" will follow sometime later in the year.]
In terms of the music on "The Great Leap", heavy rock and electric guitar is the order of the day. Although the psychedelic rich production values are still abundant, this album is based on more riff driven songs and has more in common with the second Phideaux album "Ghost Story".
We hope you will enjoy this new sound Phideaux and that the sleek simple anthems will whet your whistle for the more progressive epics we have planned for "Doomsday Afternoon". This is the yin to that album’s yang. If you like intricate music with great melodies, some cool instruments, and a subversive message, come take the leap with us.
You’re either with us, or you’re against us...
"I love the CD - it’s like the very best prog albums in that it’s one which rewards the repeated listener. Each play reveals more depth, instrumentation and subtle joys. In addition, it has the eerie feel and the sombre, dark mood which I love so much in Roger Waters. Is Phideaux the progressive genius of this generation ? Damn right in my opinion :-)"
-Grant Mason: Three From Leith podcast (member of the Scottish Podcast Clan)
"Thx a lot for sending me "The Great Leap". It´s a thrilling piece of music! And to be honest, in my opinion it´s another step forward for you. And it´s my album of the month..:-)...so next show i´ll play more!"
-Michael Gruber: https://www.tradebit.com
"...not a traditional type of prog. Instead this is more of the moody prog style that is created by Marillion, Blackfield and others. Not all the inspiration on this comes from prog either. You might hear Gary Numan on this or early David Bowie. Still, there are also elements of Pink Floyd and others here. The result is a unique musical texture that conveys emotions and power quite well. I really like this album (and all of Phideaux’s discs) a lot."
-Gary Hill: https://www.tradebit.com