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Outer Limits

Outer Limits

Outer Limits


This is one of the most original Japanese progrock bands, they were active in the Eighties and made a serie of interesting albums. Most of them contain classical sounding keyboards, cheerful violin play, Japanese (and some English) vocals and many waves of Mellotron. The most obvious hints are KING CRIMSON (Mellotron and guitar), UK (keyboards and violin) and PFM (classical sound and violin). "Misty Moon" ('85) has a strong classical undertone but somewhat mediocre vocals Read more on Last.fm
This is one of the most original Japanese progrock bands, they were active in the Eighties and made a serie of interesting albums. Most of them contain classical sounding keyboards, cheerful violin play, Japanese (and some English) vocals and many waves of Mellotron. The most obvious hints are KING CRIMSON (Mellotron and guitar), UK (keyboards and violin) and PFM (classical sound and violin). "Misty Moon" ('85) has a strong classical undertone but somewhat mediocre vocals, "A Boy Playing the Magical Bugle Horn" ('86) sound more varied and original but my favorite album is "The Scene of Pale Blue" ('87). The mindblowing titletrack contains all the elements that makes progrock worth listening: captivating skills on guitar and violin, many changing climates, great build ups and moving finales and compelling keyboardplay (majestic Mellotron eruptions).

The other tracks showcase OUTER LIMITS' maturity in composing and include lots of great instrumental passages. Another fine album is "The Silver Apples on the Moon" ('89): recorded live in the studio and featuring their best work (although "The Scene of Pale Blue" is an abridged version). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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