The first album from Ezra recorded at the Coach House in Bristol.
Kerrang no 536 march 11,1995
Welsh AOR wizards with a sharp sense of melody and a selection of powerful songs, including 'Just Like A Game', 'Raingods' and 'First Light'. Often evocative of a multitude of obscure US Mid-West acts, Ezra are bolstered by the performance of frontman Andy Edwards, who sounds like Simple Minds' Jim Kerr!
released September 23, 1994
Andy Edwards - Guitar and Vocals
Daz Joseph - Drums
Gareth Jones - Bass(3,4,5,6,7,9,10) and Vocals
Steve Hughes - Bass (1,2,8)
Rob Reed - Keyboards
A quintessential Neo-Prog sounding album, DBTR contains some nice and poppy sounding Prog tracks like "For your eyes" and "Cry Out" I always have on my standard playlist. Among those, this album also shines with longer and heavy prog suites like "Company of Wolves" and "The Crucification" emphasising the band's quality among the competition with an unforgettable, expressionist singer. Really great! futureperfect93