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The Watch - Tracks From The Alps (2014)

11-04-2014, 14:16
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The Watch - Tracks From The Alps (2014)

Artist: The Watch
Title Of Album: Tracks From The Alps
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Pick Up Records
Genre: Progressive Rock, Neo-Prog
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:37:34
Total Size: 271 mb


1. A.T.L.A.S.
2. Devil's Bridge
3. The Cheating Mountain
4. On Your Own
5. Going Out To Get You
6. Once In A Lifetime
7.The Last Mile

- Giorgio Gabriel / electric guitars, 6-12 strings acoustic guitars, classical guitar, bass guitars
- Simone Rossetti / vocals, mellotron, synthesizers, flute
- Valerio de Vittorio / keyboards, Hammond L122 organ and synthesizers
- Marco Fabbri / drums and percussions
- Mattia Rossetti / bass guitars and bass pedals

The Watch biography
Simone ROSSETTI, the charismatic front man of The NIGHT WATCH, continues his impressive work in the new band The WATCH, but he's the only connection between the two bands. The NIGHT WATCH also was featured with one song on "The Reading Room" (2000) album and than they quit. Simone is an great vocalist/flautist and his voice is very similar to Peter GABRIEL and so the sound on the new album is again like early GENESIS. There are some reminiscences to MARILLION, SPOCK'S BEARD and ÄNGLAGARD too.
The WATCH's debut album "Ghost" sounds so much like GENESIS. The music is very similar to Peter GABRIEL-era GENESIS with lots of magnificient bombastic Mellotron. Folks, this is a total job that sounds like outtakes between "Nursery Crime" and "Selling England By The Pound". This is "the best album GENESIS never made"! Now we can add another classic to the list. A band to Watch out for!

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