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AGE OF PAIN

KBB

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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3.72 | 24 ratings | 1 reviews | 8% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Larks In The Air (6:23)
2. Suspicious Forest (8:10)
3. Age Of Pain (6:53)
4. Vertical Divided Alone Man (7:41)
5. Termites Daydream (5:23)
6. Lithium (4:36)
7. Kernel (6:39)
8. My Restless Heart (6:30)

Total Time 52:15

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Line-up / Musicians

- Akihisa Tsuboy / violin
- Toshimitsu Takahashi / keyboards
- Shiro Sugano / drums
- Dani / bass

Releases information

CD Arcangelo ARC1162 (2013)
CD Disk Union TGCS7616 (2013)

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Kbb - Age Of Pain [Japan CD] ARC-1162Kbb - Age Of Pain [Japan CD] ARC-1162
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KBB Age Of Pain ratings distribution


3.72
(24 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(8%)
8%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(46%)
46%
Good, but non-essential (38%)
38%
Collectors/fans only (4%)
4%
Poor. Only for completionists (4%)
4%

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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant, Crossover & Neo Teams
4 stars Four technical veteran artists play 'cool" music under the green sky. Very tasty pop essence can be found via such a complicated, tough melody lines and rhythm structure. I guess Akihisa TSUBOY could be called as a front flower of KBB, but surely the four musicians and four or more instruments should create this incredible soundgarden under the green sky. Akihisa's violin play is vivid, sometimes heartwarming, sometimes cold as ice, through his precise violin bow and all fingers. Toshimitsu's keyboard sounds like beautiful, fragile crystal or brilliant diamond stones. But yes, the two heroes cannot work fantastically without the strict, powerful rhythm section by Shiro and Dani. All tracks (with various appearances) are rigid and artistic through the four splendid personalities, we might mention here.

A Fantasia - the impression of their melody section is too magnificent for the audience to avoid such a crystallized catchy line. and Shiro's bass heaviness and Dani's drumming footsteps are clear and refined, which shall be appropriate for supporting the beautiful melody one. There are plenty of sound appearances in this album - some are light and delightful, some are heavy and dark, and some are quiet and gentle - all ones can be dealt perfectly by them. Pity I've not attend their concert or gig yet but their superb stage can be imagined easily. Let me say as my humble opinion, they might have created, produced multi-dimensional melody lines based upon complicated rhythm structures obviously tinged with pop, catchy moments and vibes. Elements we can hear in the "so-called-prog' world would be limited, and they shoot another new prog-scape blended with decent phrases here and there.

Anyway this album has been recommended for me by my progressive rock friend Fred LESSING (the frontman of DAYMOON). Thanks to Fred for letting me know such a music gem.

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