Review by Josh Turner
Recently I poured myself a glass of lavender cola. Similar to this, it’s not likeable with the first sip. Then it quickly grows on you. Before the bottle is kaput, you’re already fantasizing about the next cup. In case you’re wondering about that brand of cola, it comes from the Dry Soda Co. Their product line features other recipes with essential oils that are just as exotic: Lemongrass, Kumquat and Rhubarb for example. Can’t say you’ll like them all; just like I wouldn’t dare expect a listener to buy into every track here.
By my watered-down explanation, it may not appear to be Progressive Rock per se; but, this truly is innovative stuff. Probably best described as Yes over a dance beat, or Ritual submerged in Planet P Project’s subatomic rumba. For the buyer with the keen ear, I’m sure they won’t stop until they’ve consumed the last drop. Then just like me, they’ll be onto the next five-pack. And in case you didn’t get it, the number corresponds to the number of songs this was steeped in.