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Customer Reviews

Better than Experiments in Mass Appeal

This new album is better than Experiments in Mass Appeal, but doesn't quite match Milliontown, though is showing a definite step in the right direction. I awaited this release with high hopes, and was not disappointed. Modern prog in its essence, with typical Frost sound quality, technical playing and execution, coupled with good song writing. I'm on my second listen, and am enjoying it more this time around.

Thank goodness they’re back...

…another masterful album, achieving the impossible task of upping the game from their first two studio albums. Absolutely breathtaking.

Impressive

Brilliant recording. Every bit as good as Milliontown without being Milliontown. The production and mixing is every bit as good as the music. All the Frosty bits are there. I hear more each time I listen there is just so much going on.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in East Sussex, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

U.K. neo-prog supergroup Frost* was formed in 2004 by producer/songwriter/keyboardist Jem Godfrey, better known as the man behind numerous U.K. pop hits including Atomic Kitten's 2001 number one smash "Whole Again." Tiring of the pop world, Godfrey chose to return to his first love, prog rock, which he had grown up with and played in his first band, Freefall. Working for six months alone in his studio, he crafted the basis of an album, then approached guitarist John Mitchell of the band Kino to ask...
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Falling Satellites, Frost*
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Prog-Rock/Art Rock
  • Released: May 27, 2016

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