Special Edition Tracks:
With The RPWL Experience, the band has expanded the distinction of their own style and are on the edge of getting status of Best Album of....2008. As usual, the music is not very German it's rather very Britsh. Not as heavy as but touching the flavors of Porcupine Tree, Sylvan, Smashing Pumpkins, Stone Roses, and the Beatles but in a manner that makes the end product uniquely RPWL.
Reacting to individual tracks I would say that the opening track, Silenced, is the best track. The second track, Breath in, Breath Out Pink Floyd's Breath. Track 4 is a Bob Dylan cover, Masters of War. On track 5 the band takes a musical departure with a story of the band in a poppy, Beatlesqe non-prog song. On I Watch Myself Sleeping, the melotron and style suggests one of a Porcupine Tree sing-along ballad. A personal highlight for me is Stranger which clocks in at 8:32. Talk To The River is an accoustical guitar track that has an strong resemblence to the work of Collin Blunstone.
Choose What You Want To Look At is the loudest track followed and Turn Back The Clock is a beautiful track.
Although I have this 10-track promotional release in hand, I will definately buy the special edition release because I want all 12 tracks of this beauty