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All Rights Removed

a Studio release

Release Year: 2011

Date Label Catalog # Comments
Karisma Records
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 9/9/2011 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 11/3/2011 12:31:00 AM by: Rob
  1. All Rights Removed (8:59)
  2. White Walls (5:19)
  3. The Bridge (6:20)
  4. Never Coming Home (9:00)
  5. Light Them All Up (3:01)
  6. Homesick I-III (17:21)
Anders Hovden
Asle Torstrup
vocals, keyboards
Bjørn Riis
guitars, vocals, keyboards
Henrik Fossum
Jørgen Hagen

Reviewed by Rob on 14 Oct 2011

After some demo's, EP's, Live {internet] recordings the Norwegian band Airbag released the well received and well rated full album in 2009, Identity.

To their previous work you could say that they where highly infuenced by Pink Floyd and without being an actual tribute band Floydian comparison was obvious.

Through Karisma Records/
they release their second album All Rights Removed."

The sound on this album is again inspired by Pink Floyd but in contrary to the previous albums the music is above all Porcupine Tree!!!!

Of and on we have the floydian synth but rhythm guitar, bass and drums are like the pre-Garrisson PT era.

The dreamy vocals of Asle Torstrup with massive strings and amazing guitarsolo's make this album a real special album.

It's only way to short with 50 minutes.
The comparison with PF or PT is only for you readers to let you know how good this is.
The band has more to offer than just being a vague clone of PF or PT.
The album will rank high on the best of 2011 lists.

Your purchase will be as safe as your AIRBAG.