At least to me it’s the best. This was the first album that got me into Kamelot. With an intoxicating melody of flute, keys, and a sultry voice from Roy Khan, this band should be awarded Grammy’s upon Grammy’s for their unique style and sound. Khan really shines on this one where as in the other Kamelot albums, he’s pretty much head to head with the rest of the band. The production is excellent. Thomas’s guitar-playing is one of a kind, and when you mix that with who is possibly the best pure singer out there right now, you have a winning combination. From the title track ‘Providence’ to what I think is the best and most meaningful track, ‘Where I Reign’, there is no let-down. Others might think it lacks life and spark, but if you look at it from the prospective of watching a well acted play, or a well sung opera, you’ll have no problem enjoying Siege Perilous.