Elements is his third solo album, and it's a solid release of mellow, melodic prog rock; some compositions with mainstream tendencies while others follow a more traditional symphonic tradition. It's a well produced affair, quite slick in sound - and fans of such may nothe that it is a loose concept album where global warming is the central theme. Recommended tracks: The Heat, Red Flags.
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4 Elements is the second album by the American alternative rock band Chronic Future. It was released on September 22, 2000. 4 Elements had a far more mature sound than Chronic Future, as the band members were older, though the less-mature sound of Chronic Future proved more popular. All lyrics written by Mike Busse; all music composed by Chronic Future.
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BRUCE MAIN is a US-based t and composer who's been active since the 70's; at first in progressive rock outfit MEDUSA and later in a band called THE EDDIES; an active live outfit that performed songs in the tradition of BOB SEGERS and BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN. When this outfit folded, Main moved to Seattle and started building a recording studio; and after some time he also formed progressive metal outfit MANIA at the end of the 80's.
Bruce Main has just released his fourth solo CD titled SWIMMING IN THE PIXEL SEA! Coming after a longer than usual hiatus following TRACKS (2004), LAYERS (2005) and ELEMENTS (2006) this CD tells a story of withdrawl from the physical world and immersion in the cyber world. While PIXEL SEA continues in the classic progressive rock style of his previous releases, the extra time was well spent in crafting a libretto that touches many of us where we live. It explores the line between the "real" world and the computer life where we now spend so much of our time.
Taking the emo way out. By Hugh Fielder 2017-10-06T20:44:00. But it’s the slow, bitter-sweet Getaway and the enhanced sounds on album closer Burning Bridges that offer a more distinctive way forward. Classic Rock Newsletter.