Discazo... en especial el tema que cierra
Encima este matthew se toca todos los instrumentos... bah, mentira, el bajo no.
"astray" Rated 1st in Top 20 CDs of 2004"
--The Pit - Radio
"...strong melodies, mellotron passages, and other instrumental workouts, especially the 20-minute closer, "Modern Times....Recommended.
15 out of 16 stars"
--David Taylor, Progression Magazine
"...Matthew Parmenter's Astray is rechargeable, reusable, and grows stronger with every use. This is progressive rock in its highest form. It's like a work of art that hangs on a museum wall. Patrons will see something new with each and every visit even when the details don't jump out at them right away."
--Joshua Turner, Progressive World.net
"...Quite simply, Astray is one of the best solo progressive albums I have heard in a long while, fans of Discipline won't be disappointed as it has been worth the wait.
Conclusion: 9 out of 10"
--Mark Hughes, The Dutch Progressive Rock Page
"...This album is a grower, each listen (about 15 for me) brings forth new elements and wonders. By the third or fouth listen, I was captured....There is a lot to absorb and many sights to see and hear within the music. Just like the old Ragu commercials, Try It, You'll Like IT.
4 out of 5 stars"
"...this is an excellent album by a considerable talent, although liking Discipline's music doesn't necessarily qualify you for liking Astray. However, if you feel that melancholy but powerful progressive rock is your bag, not to mention some good 'Tron, this comes heartily recommended.
4 out of 5 stars"
--Andy Thompson, The Ultimate Mellotron Recordings List
"Recommended albums of 2004"
"...Extrêmement ensorcelante et envoûtante. Une pure merveille!!!
--Denis, Antithetik web zine
1. Now (9:59)
2. Distracted (7:40)
3. Dirty Mind (9:21)
4. Another Vision (7:08)
5. Some Fear Growing Old (6:57)
6. Between Me and the End (5:56)
7. Modern Times (21:09)
Total Time: 68:10
- Matthew Parmenter / vocals, piano, guitar, drums, saxophone, violin, organ, synthesizers, marimba, Theremin, Mellotron
- Mathew Kennedy / bass