‘Signs Of Change’, their debut album, is a prime example of progressive rock, Peter Banks’ keyboards propelling the music into the retro future…There’s much, indeed: three additional tracks from the album’s period…plus a demo, to make ‘Signs’ last deservedly longer.
DME Music Site (September 2011)
‘Signs Of Change’ was the band’s 1978 debut set…now remastered and reissued with the addition of four bonus tracks in the then spectacularly unfashionable keyboard driven prog rock style which dominated their early output.
Kevin Bryan, Stirling Advertiser (October 2011)
Excellent liner notes courtesy of the band members and four fantastic early demo bonus tracks combine with the excellent album itself to create a package that is just too good to miss out on!
Fireworks Magazine (January/February 2012)
All in all a pleasant listen, with ‘Back To The Light’, ‘Signs Of Change’ and ‘Pilgrim’ (an epic 11 minutes) are the stand-out tracks for me. The four bonus tracks sound a bit rough around the edges but are still worth a listen.
Classic Rock Society (January/February 2012)
…this album in particular has now become a highly sought after collector’s item in its original vinyl form…now remastered and re-issued with the addition of four bonus tracks in the then spectacularly unfashionable keyboard driven prog rock style which dominated their early output.