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Артист: Credo Название: Against Reason Жанр: Progressive Rock Год выхода: 2011 Label: Festival Music О музыке:
Despite being a Neo Prog band, the history of these British musicians goes back to 1971 when Tim BIRRELL (guitar) and Jim MURDOCH (bass)
were members of the Scottish band ARMAGEDDON, but as they say in their site, none of them were able to play decently until a couple years later, but
discouraged because of the lack of success, the band split soon. In 1977 the two musicians decided to embrace music again, but there was a long path
to go through; after some time the talented keyboardist and lyricist Mick STOVOLD joins them and is followed by Paul CLARK (drums) and even before
they had chosen a name, Mark COLTON (vocals) joins the band.
In 1992 they have their first gig in Alderton under the name AD HOC; it's only in 1993 when they release their first demos, that the name CREDO
is adopted by the musicians. In 1994 the band releases their debut album called ''Field of Vision'', which has some success in UK,
the sound of the band is influenced by the usual suspects like MARILLION, GENESIS, a bit of YES, but with a brighter, even when lighter, sound.
They have extensive tours but four days before a concert supporting Paul YOUNG, Mick STOVOLD decides to leave the band and is replaced by Mike VARTY
and later Paul CLARKE is replaced by Martin MEADS. It takes the band 11 years, but at last ''Rhetoric'' is released in 2005;
despite the changes in the band the style remains similar, even though they sound much better and the album is much more solid than the debut, this
time you can even listen some David GILMOUR influence.
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1. Staring At The Sun (10:02)
2. Cardinal Sin (12:03)
3. Intimate Stranger (8:39)
4. Against Reason (3:26)
5. Insane (8:01)
6. Reason To Live (3:10)
7. Conspriacy (MCF) (10:51)
8. The Ghosts Of Yesterday (13:34)