The debut album from this UK band.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
This band has just released their new album and I will review that later this fall.
I also got this album and I have reviewed their second album Rude Politics some years ago. That album was a turkey and a horrible album. Journey To The East is regarded as a mini-classic album though....
We are in the middle of the British neo-prog scene here. The band is one of the unknown neo-prog bands and really never made it.
This album contains almost forty minutes with neo-prog in the same vein as Pendragon, Jadis and Pallas.
There is a lot of keyboards on this album and not so much guitars. The vocals are rather good.
The sound is rather thin and this album is a typical 1980s neo-prog album.
The music is decent enough without really being good.
Neo-prog fans need to check out this album and this band.