IQ - Frequency

8.4 | 29 votes |
Release date: 6 February 2009
Style: Progressive rock


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01. Frequency
02. Life Support
03. Stronger Than Friction
04. One Fatal Misake
05. Ryker Skies
06. The Province
07. Closer

Additional info
Progressive Rock
Label: Inside Out
Promotion In France: Replica Records
England: 2009
Length: 61:57

Line-Up on the CD:
Vocals: Peter Nicholls
Guitars: Mike Holmes
Bass, vocals: John Jowitt
Drums: Andy Edwards
Keyboards: Mark Westworth

Staff review by
With Marillion, and Pendragon, IQ is one of the leaders of the 2nd wave of British progressive bands (after Pink Floyd, Yes and Genesis, the fathers of the genre which started their career some years before them). Founded in 1982 , IQ never became popular like Marillion but managed to found a real solid fan-base and, above everything else, a really respectful aura. IQ is still active nowadays, and "Frequency" is their last album. As a fan of Progressive Rock and Metal, I recommend this beautiful and tender album. You should have a look at it if you like this kind of music, some songs really deserve all your attention.

published 23.07.2009 | Comments (4)

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