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TILES Fly Paper Inside Out (2007)


Tiles return and have producer Terry Brown (Rush) at the production helm and after listening to the excellent opening track, the heavy guitar sound of 'Hide In My Shadow' you can hear the Rush influence both in the vocals and overall sound.

'Sacred & Mundane' keeps the heavier sound going (with Rush's Alex Lifeson guesting on guitar) although 'Back and Forth' the next song is fairly ordinary. 'Landscrape' features fantastic drum work and sound, making for one of the album's highlights.

Another highlight sees the band stretch out instrumentally on 'Dragons, Dreams & Daring Deeds' which also features a guest spot from Kim Mitchell.

A very enjoyable and strong musical album that certainly has a Rush feel due to Terry Brown's involvement but Tiles are not Rush copycats and have their own sound, with a large dose of guitar throughout. Tuneful, melodic and well produced progressive music which is a joy to listen to.


Review by Jason Ritchie

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