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Frequency (IQ album)

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Length  CD 61:57 DVD 128:30
Release date  2009
Label  InsideOut Records
Artist  IQ
Producer  Michael Holmes
Genre  Neo-progressive rock
Frequency (IQ album) httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaen118IQ
Released  26 May 2009 (2009-05-26)
Recorded  June 2007 – February 2009, Aubitt Studios, Southampton and Redbridge Studios, Bolton
Frequency (2009)  The Road of Bones (2014)
Similar  The Road of Bones, The Seventh House, Dark Matter, Subterranea, The Wake

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Frequency is a studio album by the British neo-progressive band IQ, released in late May 2009. It was the first and only album recorded with new band members Andy Edwards (drums) and Mark Westworth (keyboards), as well as the last with longtime bassist John Jowitt. A special edition with a bonus DVD was also released. This DVD contains a recording of the concert performed on 1 December 2007 at De Boerderij in Zoetermeer, the Netherlands.

Contents

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Critical reception

Allmusic's Alex Henderson reviews the album as "for the most part, a very moody album, but it is also very accessible" and "even though Frequency isn't among their essential albums, it illustrates IQ's ability to continue providing memorable and very digestible progressive rock 28 years after the band's formation."

Track listings

All lyrics written by Peter Nicholls; all music composed by IQ.

Personnel

  • Andy Edwards – drums, percussion
  • Mike Holmes – guitars, keyboards
  • John Jowitt – bass guitar
  • Peter Nicholls – lead vocals, backing vocals
  • Mark Westworth – keyboards
  • Songs

    Frequency
    Life Support
    Crashed and Burned (Stronger Than Friction)

    References

    Frequency (IQ album) Wikipedia


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