Artist/ Band: Forever Twelve
Title: Spark Of Light
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2004
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- Forever Twelve returns two years later with the follow-up to Remembrance Branch called Spark of Light. To truly appreciate this bandís music, one must remember the days in which progressive rock wasnít associated with the heavy metal thrash and chugga-chugga guitar work (not that itís a bad thing). To my ears Forever Twelve could have belonged very nicely back in the mid-70's but theyíre from now and pay homage to those wonderful days when prog was young.
Just like in their first release, there is no "new" ground broken but again they do make up for it with their sound and energy. I wouldnít say that Spark of Light is better than Remembrance Branch, rather a next step in their evolution in song writing and instrumentation. I think the best is yet to come.
Help Forever Twelve keep their spirt of progressive rock alive and buy a copy today, itíll make a worthy addition to your collection!
Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on May 13th, 2004
- 1. Rama [8:03]
- 2. Spark of Light [10:03]
- 3. Keep It Alive [8:50]
- 4. Brown Cloud [6:40]
- 5. Mouse [9:43]
- 6. Life Changes [15:02]
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