Neptune Project –A Question of Reality – Review By Deb Graynor ( USTM/MrTrancemovement.com
Neptune Project’s A Question of Reality is truly a mysterious journey through the dynamic world of trance music. If you are seeking the ultimate music experience when it comes to progressive trance, you can count on this album to provide it. Each track transitions smoothly into the next, enriched with a real model trance sound that can’t be compared to any other currently filling the radio and club scene.
The album will mesmerize you when it bounces from dark to uplifting, strung together by a constant progressive beat…only to be divided by some serious deep words of truth & wisdom. Traveling from beautiful vocals, to slow and sultry beats, to extreme energy for the dancefloor…it provides a wide array of styles and musical instruments, that will give you a new perspective on music and life.
In an era where many of us are tired of the same stagnant washed out sound that we unfortunately have been exposed to over the last few years, many are simply seeking talented and versed artists who genuinely put their heart and soul into a musical project. These guys have proven just what doing that can achieve.
So before giving up on the music you love most, listen to this album. Whether you’re in the car, at work, at the gym or in your living room, I can guarantee you will be redeemed.
A Question of Reality is truly an authentic representation of what trance music is, as we once knew it to be. You will undoubtedly be impressed.
Just a few interesting facts:
- Cover art done by Christopher Lovell
- Christopher also appears on a few tracks as a guitarist
- Terence McKenna and Albert Einstein voice samples authorized for the album
- Mastering done by the legendary Andy Jackson, who also mastered Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’
- The album has chillout, ambient, breakbeat, atmospheric, and of course trance pieces
- Previously released tracks are reworked
Out soon on all major portals!