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Lunatic Soul
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CD Reviews
Impressions
Review by Gary Hill
One of the problems with a lot of moody neo-prog is that there’s not enough variation from track to track. 

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Lunatic Soul
Review by Gary Hill
Never heard of Lunatic Soul?

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Lunatic Soul 2
Review by Gary Hill
This is the second album from Lunatic Soul, the side project of Riverside front man Mariusz Duda.

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Walking on a Flashlight Beam
Review by Gary Hill
I’m going to say this right up front, this might be the best album yet from Lunatic Soul.

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Walking on a Flashlight Beam Special Edition
Review by Gary Hill
I actually wound up with two copies of this set, the standard edition and the special edition.

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Interviews
Lunatic Soul
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Mariusz Duda of Lunatic Soul from 2012

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Review by Gary Hill

The latest disc from Riverside, this is a set of three tracks, the shortest of which is just under ten-minutes in length.


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Riverside - Out Of Myself
Review by Larry Toering

This is one of two Riverside releases I'm reviewing this issue, and they're both amazing prog albums.


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Riverside - Out Of Myself
Review by Larry Toering

This is one of two Riverside releases I'm reviewing this issue, and they're both amazing prog albums.


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Riverside - Rapid Eye Movement
Review by Bill Knispel
Poland’s Riverside are slowly, but surely, growing a larger, more diverse fan base around them. Moving from indie label Laser’s Edge Records (home of their first release) to larger label InsideOut, the band has found success opening for bands such as Dream Theater in Europe, while headlining their own shows simultaneously.
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Riverside - Second Life Syndrome
Review by Larry Toering

This is the second helping from Riverside, and if you liked their first, I'm sure this one would please all the more.


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Riverside - Second Life Syndrome
Review by Larry Toering

This is the second helping from Riverside, and if you liked their first, I'm sure this one would please all the more.


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Riverside - Voices In My Head
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When I first heard this album, many of the Progressive P's came to mind. This would include Porcupine Tree, Pineapple Thief, Paatos, Pain of Salvation, and of course, Pink Floyd.
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