Artist/ Band: Andrew Rousaak
Title: No Trespassing
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2007
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The Review:

Andrew Roussak, composer, keyboard and piano player, hails from Russia and is currently working from Germany. He released his debut solo album, No Trespassing. The music is very melodic symphonic styled epic progressive rock Much in the vein of Camel, Alan Parsons Project (1st album), Pink Floyd and Genesis to name a few.

The album starts out with a very nice song, No Trespassing. A very nice introduction to whatís to come. The vocals, provided by Hendrik Plachtzik, which is rather low key at times but fits the music. I found every song to be quite nice, nothing extraordinary but very well done in all areas.

Itís one of those albums that grows on you with each listen. In fact, you can hear new things which to me is the sign of a great album. With the great musicianship from Andrew along with contributions from the supporting musicians, makes me look forward to more. I would definitely recommend No Trespassing, to fans of the aforementioned bands.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on October 2nd, 2007

Tracks:

1. No Trespassing
2. Prelude
3. Lost In The Woods
4. Wartime Chronicles
5. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
6. Rhythm Of The Universe
7. All Good Things
8. Do Without Me
9. Vivace Furioso
10. Maybe

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