The band Strange Pop do not play pop but psychedelic prog and space prog and hails from the great music country Poland. Ten Years Gone is the debut album from Strange Pop and is a great tribute to the golden era….The 1970s. They use only analog synths and that provide a warm sound. The recording process on the contrary is brimming with modern studio opportunity, and the result is great. Inspiration sources are many great band from back then. Soft Machine, Pink Floyd and Jean Michel Jarre to mention three.
Michał Dziadosz with vocal, bass, synths, rhythms, flute is the musical maestro in this band, but he is supported by three musicians from other great prog band. Michał Wojtas(Amarok): guitars (1,2), Maciej Sochoń (Seasonal): guitars (4,5) and Michał Kirmuć (Collage): guitars (6).
Says, «Whoever you are, thank you for visiting this fanpage. The first week after the premiere of “Ten Years Gone” was surprising. I have received many signals of appreciation. It’s a great time, although I know it’s just the beginning. Greetings to everyone and I wish you Happy Easter!».
1. Quiet Storm (5:48)
2. Goodbye Song (4:46)
3. Ex Oriente Lux (5:08)
4. Night Trip (5:45)
5. 432 Bars (14:17)
6. All This Hope (3:38)