Review by Gary Hill
This is probably not an obvious choice for inclusion in progressive rock. The album is mostly ambient (but in terms of being non-melodic, not quiet) and strange. There is a definite classical air to it. What’s missing in terms of progressive rock is the “rock” portion. This is an odd album, but also an intriguing one. I don’t think it’s something that I’ll be regularly digging out to listen to, but then again I’m not a big fan of RIO and this probably most closely resembles that.