2001 . :
This may be an instrumental progressive album that tinges on ambient at times, but there is no way that this called a relaxing album. In “Fight Of Mind” drummer István Király starts by setting a blistering pace, then Janos on guitar and Zoltán Lengyel on keyboards swap solos, trading off each other. The music keeps melding and moving, sometimes slowly and reflective while at others dynamic and powerful. The use of different musical styles and rhythms, as well as different keyboard and guitar sounds, all driven along by powerful drumming, makes this an album that is exciting to listen to. It is never boring and while as an instrumental album it can be played as background music, the listener gets far more out of it if he pays careful attention. There is little in the music to suggest its’ origins, and this is a good place to start discovering just how good some of the prog music is that is coming out of Hungary.