9 Songs, 45 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

dmangrey ,


The musicianship is wonderful...hard not to be with Gavin Harrison, Robert Fripp.
05ric has a very interesting style of playing the 7 string "hybrid"...kind of a cross between Fripp and Tony Levin...and enough cannot be said about Gavin Harrison...simply the best drummer on the planet. don't expect his Porcupine Tree style...while the essence is there, there is much more freedom of expression in his delivery...lyrics are very thought provoking.

Jartread ,

Someone to watch

Gavin is slowly coming into his own. Having manned the skins for Porcupine Tree, he is soon to be embarking on a journey with a new incarnation of King Crimson. As far as Drop, the music is light and fresh. The vocals are both interesting and somewhat out of place at times. The vocalist sounds like a mix between David Sylvian and John Wetton (which is not such a bad thing). A worthy journey that speaks more about what is to come....

crazedrummer ,

Excellent drumming, BUT...

Gavin Harrison is an excellent drummer, no doubt. But, the vocals...C'mon... I think this CD would be sssooo much better without the vocals and strictly instrumental; like Dave Weckl's, Multiplicity. One can truely appreciate the drums and instrumentation and not be hearing some dude with nonsense lyrics.

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