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CRYPTIC VISION In A World ProgRock Records (2006)

Cryptic Vision return with their second studio album with guest spots from Alan Morse (Spock's Beard) and violinist David Ragsdale (Kansas).

This is an album of very accessible and melodic prog rock, none more so that the wondrous 'Merkaba' which features Ragsdale's violin to great effect. Needless to day this track has a Kansas feel to it as does 'I Am The Energy'.

In vocalist Todd Plant (Eyewitness/Millenium) they have a very capable singer who comes into his own on the slower songs such as 'Point Of View', a very credible slice of melodic rock. They are a very competent band and each musician gets a chance to shine especially on the longer, epics such as 'Power To Mend'.

Very enjoyable melodic prog rock with a strong emphasis on melodies and tight soloing. Plus of course you get the highly listenable vocals of Todd Plant.


Review by Jason Ritchie

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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