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IQ  - The Seventh House download album
Performer: IQ
Title: The Seventh House
Style: Prog Rock
Year 2012
Country UK
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
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MP3 size: 1717 mb
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IQ - The Seventh House download album

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The Seventh House is a studio album by the British neo-progressive band IQ, released in 2000. The Wrong Side of Weird" – 12:24. The Seventh House" – 14:23. Shooting Angels" – 7:24. Guiding Light" – 9:58. All songs written by IQ. All lyrics written by Peter Nicholls. IQ. Peter Nicholls – lead and backing vocals. Martin Orford – keyboards, backing vocals. John Jowitt – bass, backing vocals.

The Seventh House Lyrics. On a bleak and solitary road They return To be where once they met One who comes to lay the past to rest Inside One who can't forget. Yesterday the heroes of the hour Who survived Those who fought and lost Standing at the moment of release They pause To count the dreadful cost. Cathedral that man created You're weighted down by a jealous sound Bewildered and dislocated Your soul deflated and gone to ground. Nobody, no final direction No way to connect in this heavier state The lives that we never remember Are heading us out to another mistake. It's with me, it's waiting for me As Heaven is calling us to our knees And there in the seventh house Lie the seventy-five figures such as these. I'm all out of random Sentenced by madmen Who have abandoned me What chance of survival? I've had an eyeful More than I cared to see.

Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Style MusicalNéo Prog. Membres possèdant cet album15. 1. The Wrong Side Of Weird 1. 4. 3. The Seventh House 1. 5. Shooting Angels . 6. Guiding Light . 8. Autres productions de IQ. The Road of Bones.

A mere 17 years since its 2000 release, IQ have finally been able to release their seventh album on double-disc gatefold vinyl. Back then, for a small label like GEP, it surely made sense to stick to the dominant format of CD. Now though, vinyl is back as an increasingly desirable, luxury format. And the result doesn’t half look good. If you’re a newcomer to this album, it may not be as conceptually stirring, or as long as its celebrated predecessor, 1997’s double album Subterranea, but musically, it’s a worthy successor, on which each of the band deliver powerful performances. Ebullient opening statement The Wrong Side Of Weird bursts into life via John Jowitt’s revving bassline and Peter Nicholls’ vocal ability to flit between the lost and lonely and menacingly malevolent. A searing guitar solo from Mike Holmes closes out Zero Hour and some beautifully Gilmourian reveries open the next track Shooting Angels.

The Seventh House came out almost four years after IQ's previous studio album, Subterranea. In light of this CD, it appears that the critically acclaimed 1997 concept album was the band's creative peak, which does not mean The Seventh House is weak. The general feeling of the album makes it closer to 1993's Ever. Peter Nicholls' theatrical voice gains in beauty with age. The playing is unsurprisingly tight, the musical approach firmly anchored in melodic progressive rock.

IQ's 'The Seventh House' took multiple listens to finally penetrate my thick skull. Why I was reluctant has more to do with a staid, subjective Prog Rock mind-set and not so much a more open minded and less subjective appreciation I have acquired since discovering this band. Peter Nicholl's voice continues to invite me to listen. Perhaps not their best album, but, it's very entertaining and therefore a welcome addition to my Progressive Rock library.

If you're looking for an introduction to IQ, opt for ‘Dark Matter’ and/or ‘Subterranea’ After several listens, I find I turn to the two previously mentioned recordings as I find them both to be incredibly inventive and truer t. .


1 The Wrong Side Of Weird 12:24
2 Erosion 5:44
3 The Seventh House 14:26
4 Zero Hour 7:11
5 Shooting Angels 7:22
6 Guiding Light 9:58

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Giant Electric Pea
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Giant Electric Pea
  • Copyright (c) – Giant Electric Pea
  • Recorded At – Nomansland
  • Recorded At – Worm Studios
  • Pressed By – Optical Experts Manufacturing – 2103739


  • Design, Art Direction – Tony Lythgoe
  • Engineer [Additional] – Andy McEvoy
  • Engineer, Mastered By – Rob Aubrey
  • Lyrics By, Written-By, Arranged By, Voice [Lead], Backing Vocals – Peter Nicholls
  • Producer – Michael Holmes
  • Saxophone – Tony Wright
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Bass, Backing Vocals – John Jowitt
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Drums, Percussion – Paul Cook
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer, Keyboards – Michael Holmes
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Producer [Pre-production] – Martin Orford

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 693723414423
  • Matrix / Runout: 01/05/2012 01:06:29 PM #62524 IFPI LN08 4144-2 2103739 01
  • Mastering SID Code (extracted from matrix): IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI JI19

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GEPCD 1028 IQ The Seventh House ‎(CD, Album) Giant Electric Pea GEPCD 1028 UK 2000
GEPCD 1028 IQ The Seventh House ‎(CD, Album, RE) Giant Electric Pea GEPCD 1028 UK Unknown
GEPCD 1028 IQ The Seventh House ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Giant Electric Pea GEPCD 1028 UK 2017
GEPCD 1028 IQ The Seventh House ‎(CD, Album, RE) Giant Electric Pea GEPCD 1028 Europe Unknown
GEPV7006 IQ The Seventh House ‎(LP, Yel + LP, Red + Album, Ltd) Giant Electric Pea GEPV7006 UK 2017