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by Comedy of Errors

Neo Prog with flashes of renaissance style harmony....Floyd meets Tull in the Court of the New Millenium. Of the future, with more than a glance back to the classic.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Disobey
6:46 $0.99
2. Jekyll
5:12 $0.99
3. Prelude, Riff And Fugue
4:41 $0.99
4. Carousel
9:57 $0.99
5. American Rodeo
4:09 $0.99
6. Could Have Been Yesterday
5:55 $0.99
7. Ailsa's Lullaby
1:37 $0.99
8. Joke
4:23 $0.99
9. The Student Prince Pt1 : When Will I See You Again?
9:11 $0.99
10. The Student Prince Pt2 : And So To Bed
5:57 $0.99
11. The Student Prince Pt3 : Foolcircle
7:12 $0.99
12. The Student Prince Pt4: Green Light Coda
3:31 $0.99
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Neo Prog with flashes of renaissance style harmony....Floyd meets Tull in the Court of the New Millenium. Of the future, with more than a glance back to the classic.



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Comedy Of Errors - "Disobey"
COMEDY OF ERRORS hailed from Scotland. And I’d like to get one thing before you read all further lines. Their brand new album ‘Disobey’ is highly recommended to fans who grasp the magnitude of Marillion in ‘Script for a Jester’s Tear’, Pendragon in ‘The World', IQ in ‘Subterranea’, Pallas in ‘Beat the Drum’ and Arena in ‘The Visitor’. At the same time, it’s a totally original conceptual story that sounds bright and fresh. This together gives an unbelievable impression that leaves us flabbergasted! Extraordinary prog-release that contains a lot of depth and excellence. Instrumental stretches are dominated by lush guitar and reach keyboard arsenal. There’re many classic hallmarks, notably the sonic textures Jim Johnston employs in his work (from acoustic piano to synthesizers). Mark Spalding’s guitar playing is close to perfection. The support and refinement of Bruce Levick (drums) and Hew Montgomery (bass) illustrates the craftsmanship of these guys. Complex and dynamic, well constructed and expertly performed sort of style in early IQ/Fish-era Marillion direction. But very original! The lead singer Joe Cairney has a clean and articulated, almost theatrical voice (captured in the middle between of GLD frontman Martin Wilson and Nick Barrett of Pendragon - with the occasional Tim Brooks falsetto added in the mix.). And it fits perfectly inside the concept… Every track here is a highlight. This CD contains all: plain brilliant songwriting and great musicianship, excellent vocals, superb production, interesting lyrics and stylish package with a booklet, too. To conclude. There have been a plethora of wonderful albums in recent years, but ‘Disobey’ is bound to become the measuring stick for future efforts in the subgenre. Comedy of Errors have really raised the bar for neo-progressive rock with this stellar job. It will be staying in my CD-player for a long time. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!