No Name – The Other Side [1998]

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Country Luxembourg          Style Progressive Rock

Rating 80/100

Band Members
Gilles Loes – Guitar,Bass, Yves Di Prospero – Guitar, Alex Rukavina – Keyboard, Patrick Kiefer – Vocals, Chris Sonntag – Drums

Additional Musicians
Iris Sonntag – Flute “No Farewell”

Tracks
01. Horizon (5:26), 02. Dolphin’s, Sharks and Flood of Sunshine (5:16) , 03. Downpour, Sunflowers and Sadness (4:12), 04. Strange Decisions (5:46), 05. TAN IBHAN (35:50), – consisting of: Leap in the Dark (6:50), 06. The Discovery (4:20), 07. Sha’uri (5:29), 08. Ra (5:57), 09. The Ruler (6:09), 10. No Farewell (6:35), 11. In The Name of the Moon (4:58)

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Profile NO NAME excists since 1988, displays a neo Progressive music in a vein which PENDRAGON, IQ and related bands would not deny. The Luxemburger musicians develop a current Progressive rock with efficiency and taste for melody. At the beginning they played cover songs, but also started to work on own music. 1993 their debut album “Zodiac” was released, this album has a song in their mother tongue language. 

Published on the Angular label, their second album “The Secret Garden” (1995) knows how to create both short tracks and compositions clocking at over 10 minutes. This album shows a great diversity in climates and instrumentation. “The Other Side” (1998) is a marvellous concept-album, mostly based on the 35 minute-suite “Tan’ Ibhan”. A guest on flute appears at the end. Let’s also notice a great cover, which picture obviously reminds of the movie “Stargate”. Not to be missed !

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