11 Songs, 1 Hour 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

CB1972 ,

Best IQ album ever

I have been listening to IQ for years and own all of their albums. The Road of Bones is by far their best effort yet.

The funny thing is -- I thought IQ was done for. After Martin Orford quit the band, I figured they would gradually dissolve. After all, one of their key members and song writing contributors was absent.

Last night, for some reason, I decided to check if IQ was up to anything new. To my chagrin, they had just released this double album the day before. What a wonderful coincidence! I had no idea it was released. I previewed the first few tracks and then bought it. I am so glad I did. It is very strange. I just had a feeling that I should check out what IQ was up to. I didn't receive any notification of a new release. I am not into spiritual or metaphysic beliefs, but that was really weird. How did this desire to check into IQ get into my mind?

The music is powerful and completely true to IQ's sound. Pretty much every reviewer has given this 5 stars. I am not alone. This is, by far, the best IQ album ever. It really is inspiring to see how they not only didn't give up, but have done the best work of their career. Not only is this a great record --- it is inspiration!

zathrus13 ,

Great CD!

Better than Frequency, to me. Up for CD of the year, so far.

Mitchell Bussin ,

Awesome new IQ!

Great CD......one of their best yet. Highly anticipated....and is fantastic.

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