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Release date: April 2002
Style: Progressive metal


8.5 | 175 votes


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Disc I
01. Lift Off
02. Set Your Controls
03. High Moon
04. Songs Of The Ocean
05. Master Of Darkness
    1 - Master Of Darkness
    2 - Laserfight
06. The Eye Of Ra
    1 - Gateway To The Stars
    2 - The Eye Of Ra
    3 - The Seventh Sign
07. Sandrider
08. Perfect Survivor
09. Intergalactic Space Crusaders
10. Starchild
    1 - One By Four By Nine
    2 - Starchild
    3 - A New Sun

Disc II [limited edition bonus]
01. Hawkwind Medley
    1 - Master Of The Universe
    2 - Silver Machine
    3 - Psychedelic Warlords
    4 - Brainstorm
    5 - Assault And Battery
    6 - The War I Survived
    7 - Space Is Deep
    8 - Spirit Of The Age
    9 - Lost Chronicles
02. Spaced Out
03. Inseparable Enemies
04. Space Oddity [David Bowie cover]
05. Starchild [mixed In Dolby Pro-logic version]
06. Spaced Out [alternative version]
07. Intergalactic Laxative [Donovan cover]

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Guest review by

Arjen Lucassen is mainly known for his band Ayreon, which makes it quite a surprise that so few people are aware of his another project called Star One. The style of Star One is not as similar to Ayreon as you would think. Progressive elements remain in this music, but not as strongly as they can be heard when listening to Ayreon. Star One's music could be called space-themed progressive heavy metal. Here Arjen has clearly taken some influences from one of the fathers of the space rock-genre, Hawkwind.

published 26.08.2005 | Comments (12)

Guest review by

In my eyes Arjen Anthony Lucassen is one of the absolute heroes of our scene today. Over the course of a few years he has made a lot of great albums with a number of bands. What's even more astonishing though, he has made a lot of great songs in different styles. Everyone can knock out a few songs in a trademark style but how many can do it when switching between rock, pop, folk, ambient, progressive, metal and many more genres? Well there doubtlessly are very few, and Arjen Anthony Lucassen is amongst them, I ever dare to say, he's best at it.

published 10.05.2007 | Comments (4)

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Lit. - 05.10.2012 at 05:39  
  A song about Battlestar: Galactica would've been nice.
Erik M. - 09.12.2012 at 21:37  
Rating: 8 Very good album, but overall it's a bit too cheesy for my taste. Set Your Controls is definitely the best song on here, followed up by Starchild.

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