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3.93 | 63 ratings

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4 stars After a promising debute album in 2007 Silhouette return in 2009 with a second album named Moods, this time not a self release anymore, they issued the album at Progress Records. A much better album then the predecesor, the ideas, whole attitude of the album is quite great and for sure a very enjoyble neo prog release with some symphonic elements here and there. The instrumentation parts, the vocal is pleasing most of the time, Brian de Graeve shows now a more confident atitude in his vocal department, giving some excellent vocal parts on all album. In my opinion, Moods is a good album towards great, the album needs to be discoverd only if for Concert hangover, the opening track or the longest pieces of the album Unreal meeting, great tune with some spectacular instrumental parts and great keybords arrangements. The album overall not realy shine as other labums from this genre, but as a whole is a great album that offer some quite great and realy intristing parts.The piece Moods taken from the album name is a instrumental piece with nice piano over some good synth elements, enjoyble track for sure. So, a good album, better in anyway then the predecesor, more uptempo, with more vein, I will go with 4 stars this time, maybe 3.5 rounded to 4. Ending saying that this is one that neo-prog-heads may well enjoy, but not many other fans, will find a solid release after all. Not recommended even is 4 stars, but pleasent most of the time. Similar with another dutch neo prog band US or Cliffhanger.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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