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New album 'Sometimes The World Ain't Enough' out June 29th.

Here you go Glen  :)

 

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1. This Time
2. Turn To Miami
3. Paralyzed
4. Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough
5. Moments Of Thunder
6. Speedwagon
7. Lovers In The Rain
8. Can’t Be That Bad
9. Pretty Thing Closing In
10. Barcelona
11. Winged And Serpentine
12. The Last Of The Independent Romantics

 

 

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Oh Yes!!  Pre-ordered...  Can't wait

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Stoked!

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been on my radar for weeks :)

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See Lebrock have been added as support from their London gig. :)

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Never heard of them before.

The posted song has a pretty unique style.
I like it.

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35 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

Never heard of them before.

The posted song has a pretty unique style.
I like it.

Amber Galactic was my favourite album of 2017 by some distance. 

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Based on the one song I've heard, Ima label them 'AOR prog with hooks'

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They're def not Prog. 

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no definitely not prog.

the first 2 albums had one long track on each but Amber Galactic was all 4 mins songs in a standard verse chorus structure. 

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I’m so late to the party...but better late than never. I downloaded all their stuff and it’s freaking brilliant.  

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14 hours ago, Glen said:

no definitely not prog.

the first 2 albums had one long track on each but Amber Galactic was all 4 mins songs in a standard verse chorus structure. 

Well, not exactly, in AG there was Midnight Flyer with 6:07, Domino 5:00, and Saturn In Velvet with 7:26. About genre, in Wikipedia they are classified both as Hard Rock and Progressive Rock (see at the right side, in Genres):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Night_Flight_Orchestra

although in the main text only says they are a hard rock band, so...

My own opinion is that they should be catalogued as Classic Rock perhaps. But better forget genres and just enjoy the music. And in Amber Galactic there was truly a lot to enjoy.

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1 hour ago, zacharyamelie said:

I’m so late to the party...but better late than never. I downloaded all their stuff and it’s freaking brilliant.  

nice :)

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49 minutes ago, mrbandwidth said:

Well, not exactly, in AG there was Midnight Flyer with 6:07, Domino 5:00, and Saturn In Velvet with 7:26. About genre, in Wikipedia they are classified both as Hard Rock and Progressive Rock (see at the right side, in Genres):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Night_Flight_Orchestra

although in the main text only says they are a hard rock band, so...

My own opinion is that they should be catalogued as Classic Rock perhaps. But better forget genres and just enjoy the music. And in Amber Galactic there was truly a lot to enjoy.

true. But Saturn is a red herring as the song basically ends just over 5 mins. It's not really prog as such. 

Most of their songs are just standard structure.

Not that it matters - just wouldn't want people reading this thread to be put off listening by thinking it's prog. 

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I was kinda taking the piss a bit by labeling them.

To me it sounded like that, but I've only heard one song.
Regardless, how they are classified is irrelevant compared to if you enjoy them or not.

If I hear a great rap song I'll listen to it. This just doesn't happen though :)

My originla point was that they sounded pretty unique.

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An animated comic like in Gemini video; that way goes perfect with their style in general IMO. But this one is more serious.

Nice track, not outstanding but good. Thanks mate!

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I've heard samples of nearly every song and it sounds absolutely outstanding.

In fairness Lovers sounds the weakest track, even though I like the song. 

Loved the first single This Time....basically my fav song this year. 

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20 minutes ago, Glen said:

I've heard samples of nearly every song and it sounds absolutely outstanding.

In fairness Lovers sounds the weakest track, even though I like the song. 

Loved the first single This Time....basically my fav song this year. 

Good to know mate. Gives me hype!

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Loving the new track....feel an A-Ha vibe. I’ve fallen hard for these guys over the last little while. 

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Lovers in the Rain is awesome and sounds better than This Time.

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Love these guys,wasnt keen at first and I still aint a fan of the debut internal affairs but everything since is just wow!! looking forward to the new release :)

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4 hours ago, lettard said:

Love these guys,wasnt keen at first and I still aint a fan of the debut internal affairs but everything since is just wow!! looking forward to the new release :)

Really? I love the debut. It's the 2nd release which was a blip imo. 4 or 5 fantastic tracks but some more average stuff as well.

Amber Galactic was amazing and easily my fav album of 2017. I've also played it more than any album in 2018 too. 

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