The fifth album from this British band.
The band was a sextet on this album with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars and keyboards.
The band had by now settled down in their style and genre.....
.... A genre difficult to describe.
I will try. Symphonic prog merged with neo-classical music.
There is a lot of bass and guitars in their music. The rock element is very much present in their music.
The music is pretty much neo-classical, performed with rock instruments.
The Enid is the progressive rock band who went most further into neo-classical music and this album proves this point.
The music is both elegant and bold.
It is also a good album indeed.
This is an album well worth checking out.