The album title does not accidentally reminiscent of the masterpiece Thick as a Brick from 1972 of British rock band JETHRO TULL. However, the debut from the international progressive rock project REFLECTION CLUB is not a new uptake of the original. Instead of this, Still Thick as a Brick is a very own tribute to the famous classic almost the same name. REFLECTION CLUB takes on the music style of JETHRO TULL in its most creative phase between 1972 and 1973, expand it with jazz and fusion elements, and create a nearly 48 minutes, independent composition divided into 11 parts. Like the 72 classic, Still Thick as a Brick is an elaborate concept album that does not include newspaper like St. Cleve Chronicle & Linwell Advertiser, but the complete monthly edition of a music magazine. In this, among other things, there are background articles for the album and its story, which can be read in the song lyrics printed there. In addition, the story in the album video is visualised as an opulent slideshow that extends across the entire surround and HD stereo mix of the enclosed DVD.