Sunday 15 December 2019

RPWL - Beyond Man And Time (2012)

The fifth album from this German band.

RPWL was a quintet on this album with a lineup of guitars, keyboards, bass, drums and vocals.

It is years ago since I reviewed a RPWL album or even interviewed the band. The band has got a lot of side-projects and they has come up for review on a reasonable regular basis.

RPWL's music is like Pink Floyd going neo-prog. That is in essence what their music is.

Their music is pretty laid-back and melodic throughout.

It is also very elegant with a great deal of class.

The band is rightly regarded as one of the best neo-prog bands around.

The music on this seventy odd minutes long album is clinical and right. Lot's of solos and some very good vocals.

There is no real great songs here though and that is a bit of a problem. Yes, I like to listen to  this album but it leaves me a bit empty.

Nevertheless, this is a good album from a great band. Check it out.

3 points


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