Transatlantic - Bridge Across Forever


9 | 69 votes |
Release date: 9 October 2001
Style: Progressive rock

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01. Duel With The Devil
    1 - Motherless Children
    2 - Walk Away
    3 - Silence Of The Night
    4 - You're Not Alone
    5 - Almost Home
02. Suite Charlotte Pike
    1 - If She Runs
    2 - Mr. Wonderful
    3 - Lost And Found Pt. 1
    4 - Temple Of The Gods
    5 - Motherless Children/If She Runs (Reprise)
03. Bridge Across Forever
04. Stranger In Your Soul
    1 - Sleeping Wide Awake
    2 - Hanging In The Balance
    3 - Lost And Found Pt. 2
    4 - Awakening The Stranger
    5 - Slide
    6 - Stranger In Your Soul

[limited edition bonus disc]
01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond [Pink Floyd cover]
+ Studio Chat
02. And I Love Her [The Beatles cover]
03. Smoke On The Water [Deep Purple cover]
04. Dance With The Devil
05. Roine's Demo Bits
+ Interactive Section [video]

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26.06.2019 - 14:47
Rating: 10
nonZero

Simply incredible.

It's rare that I ever give an album 10/10 after the first listen, but this blew me away and I feel that it deserves to sit as one of the best Prog albums ever made, even rivalling the classic masterpieces (Thick as a Brick, Dark Side of the Moon, etc).
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04.11.2020 - 14:37
Rating: 9
metalriff

Lovely album
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04.11.2020 - 14:45
JoHn DoE

Written by nonZero on 26.06.2019 at 14:47

Simply incredible.

It's rare that I ever give an album 10/10 after the first listen, but this blew me away and I feel that it deserves to sit as one of the best Prog albums ever made, even rivalling the classic masterpieces (Thick as a Brick, Dark Side of the Moon, etc).

01. Duel With The Devil - 10/10
02. Suite Charlotte Pike - 9/10
03. Bridge Across Forever - 9.5/10
04. Stranger In Your Soul - 10/10

Overall: 9.6/10


I understand your rating, but this album rivaling classic prog, I disagree, because I'd rather listen to the bands that influenced Transatlantic any time to this album. I overplayed it anyway when it came out. I bought it because Pete Trewavas was the bass player, because I love Marillion.
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