The Man Left In Space

by Cosmograf

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Stephen Clark
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Stephen Clark An intricate album that offers so much. Robin has immense talent, unique sound. Wonderful. Favorite track: Aspire, Achieve.
V_Shaft
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V_Shaft Prog rock of the highest caliber The closing track is one of the most atmospheric and immersive I have ever heard, I get shivers every time the guitar wails like the alert siren. An epic cosmic musical journey. Favorite track: When The Air Runs Out.
Sam Edmisten
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Sam Edmisten Robin Armstrong created a masterpiece with The Man Left in Space. As a listener you can feel the isolation and desperation of the astronaut in peril. You take a journey into the cold depths of space and despite the horror... you go back again and again because the music is just that darn good. Favorite track: When The Air Runs Out.
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"In our race for achievement and success, we sometimes gamble with our lives only to collect isolation, unhappiness and failure."

'The Man Left in Space' is a concept album exploring the themes of aspiration, achievement, and the failures that success sometimes brings. The story is played out against the analogous theme of a doomed space mission, launched in a bid to save mankind. The story provides a metaphor for the perils of success, such as boredom, isolation, unhappiness and ultimately failure...

The 9 track progressive rock album draws on many past and contemporary influences in music, and takes a journey into the unknown to feed the imagination, and appetite of the listener of intelligent music. It features a number of special guests from the progressive rock community including Nick D'Virgilio (Spock's Beard/Big Big Train ), Dave Meros (Spock's Beard), Matt Stevens, Greg Spawton (Big Big Train), Simon Rogers, Steve Dunn ( Also Eden ), Lee Abraham ( The Lee Abraham Band ), Luke Machin ( The Tangent/Maschine ) and Dave Ware.

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released February 5, 2013

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