Cell15 | Chapter One

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Chapter One

by Cell15

Pink Floyd meets Kansas in a cutting-edge progressive rock concept album.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Chapter One
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2. Man with a Gun
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3. Shadow over Me
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4. Manny's Gone Home
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5. Long Way Down
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6. Faith Without Works
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7. The Messenger
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CELL15 – CHAPTER ONE Review by Rob Rutz

From the first recoil of the complex kit's snare drum, followed by locomotive-strength symphonic keys, listeners are propelled like shot in a sling into Cell15's powerful breakthrough debut album, "Chapter One." This is a driving progressive rock concept album that's befitting of the most-capable, well-powered sound system. Cell15's Chapter One album goes beyond masterful poly-rhythmic drums, full-bodied keyboards and driving bass, though. It's one hell of a story that portrays a dark life, capture and prison time, followed by twists of realization, understanding and an epic light show conclusion that begs for cathedral acoustics. Listeners are strapped into this soulfully sung script that was penned over a 20-year timeframe. Arranged and performed by veteran music artist Robert Richardson, Cell15 will remind listeners of Transatlantic, Genesis and IQ, but its classic rock influences and meaningful vocals would also entice any Kansas or Queen fan.

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