"Congratulations on one of the best Prog Rock albums made! Is there any chance of the band reforming? I run a Prog Rock Festival and would be very interested if it ever happened..."
Dave Martin, October 2006, Whitchurch Prog Rock Festival Organiser, UK
"Protos's music reminds me of Genesis (at Wind and Wuthering), and the keyboard playing reminds me of Tony Banks. I have always liked Protos music since I first heard One Day a New Horizon in 1993. I thought it was totally original. As for me, I like Yes, Fantasy, Solstice, England and Protos best amongst the British progressive rock bands."
Dr Yasushi Tsuruta, October 2006, Reviewer, Orange Power Prog Rock Magazine, Japan
"It was a pleasure listening to the whole album (+ the bonus tracks...). It IS a goodie, with warmth and depth in the melodic themes. Also there is enough variation keeping the music interesting all the time. Yes, I can really recommend it to anyone who enjoys classic British symphonic prog..."
Stig Lundstrom, November 2006, Finland, first published on www.cdbaby.com, USA.
"I like it! It has a sound that I miss nowadays, an innocence and naivety that somehow left over the years. Nice also to see a band understand how important melody is and how useless technical flash and complexity are in the final product. Although there is no mellotron, it really is not missed at all. Coming from me, a mellotron freak, that is a huge compliment. I enjoy the sounds and the way the music is arranged and presented. I am amazed it never garnered more success. Protos is one band that begs to be listened to again - it holds up well to my expectations and it is one of those without any waste on it whatsoever - filler free."
Gregg Kovach, December 2006, Gnosis Reviewer and Radio DJ ("ProgKing"), USA
"The album is quite obviously the result of many hours of careful compositional honing and the quality is evident from the opening of the first (and possibly best) track, "The Fugitive". This piece is a wonderful musical journey, by turns dramatic, sensitive and triumphant. This album is a must-have for anyone interested in progressive rock as well as being a staple of rock history".
Lord Chumley, UK, November 2006, first published on www.cdbaby.com
"Can't get tired of these tracks and you would play them forever just to keep travelling between the clouds, turning here and there without pause. I recommend without reserve. Get it. You won't regret it. A timeless disk - if you love prog it can't be missing from your collection."
Fabio Rancati, December 2006, Prog Rock Reviewer, first published on www.hardsounds.it, Italy
"One Day a New Horizon by Protos (Airship AP391 in 1982) is one of the jewels that these rare talented musicians created. It is also a dignified inheritance for this three-man band. The key role in the keyboard playing, smooth melody lines from beginning to end. Remember as the top progressive rock group since England (Garden Shed, 1977)...."
Marquee Magazine, November 1991, Japan, later published on www.cdbaby.com.