Two years after Thick as a Brick 2, an explicit 2012 sequel to the 1972 prog classic, Ian Anderson embarked on another ambitious journey, this time assembling a concept record called Homo Erraticus. A loose – very loose – album based on a "dusty, unpublished manuscript, written by local amateur historian Ernest T. Parritt (1873-1928)," Homo Erraticus is an old-fashioned prog record: it has narrative heft and ideas tied to the '70s, where jazz, classical, folk, orchestral pop, and rock all commingled in a thick, murky soup.
Homo Sapiens CD ..? is a continuation of successful albums Restart. The songs are built on the firm base with a superstructure of melodic expression, characteristic for a wide range of Honza Toužimský. The songs that are uncompromising cogently points in three minutes they can sweep the listener, sometimes tips over into fragile part arrangements in the arcades, you'd expect at Arakain. Let the song of Homo Sapiens, Forsage, Strážnej anděl or Babylon and further proof!