Album number 50 on the list of “Top 50 Prog Albums for 1990-2015” is Wounded by Enchant, which was released in 1996. As it was new to me, I listened to it for three consecutive times. In general, I enjoyed listening to this album, as the songs are melodic and the vocals are amazing.
While listening to it, I felt that there was some simplicity to the music, and I was starting to want more heaviness, and more harmonic complexity. I would have liked it to be a little darker, since I felt that too much brightness was coming through the songs. I couldn’t really relate to that aspect of the album, that seemed consistent throughout.
Things I really liked about some of the songs:
Fade to Grey – a great instrumental section.
Pure – beautiful acoustic guitar intro, and the song is mellow.
Hostile World – I loved the cool bass riff, and fusion feel. The song has great energy.
Distractions – I thought the melody line was interesting, and it was a lot of fun to follow along with the lyrics.
Missing – is cool and heavier in nature.
I found the album on Amazon Music, as it is available to stream for free to Prime members, with the exception of the songs Armour and Man of Our Times (Bonus Tracks). Check it out on Amazon Music and let me know what you think:
*Looking forward to sharing my experience listening to album number 49!