The 12th album from this British band.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, electronics and keyboards.
Reviewing all the The Enid albums is quite a journey. From the slightly off kilter to a bit more accessible music. But not wholly accessible and that makes the band pretty special and a bit of a treasure in the progressive rock genre.
The band is back again with a symphony......... or is it a piece of classical music ?
The album is one hour long and it is nowhere near rock music.
This despite of no involvements from a classical orchestra. That is what we get electronics for......
The music feels like a movie picture score too. That is the genre I would put this album in.
No matter genres and splitting of hairs, the music is good and this is one of their better albums so far.
Yes, the music is a bit cheesy and will attract a lot of house mice.
Nevertheless, it is a good album.