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BLACKFIELD II

Blackfield

 

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Memo_anathemo
5 stars This album is far from being progressive but close to bring pop music into a more progressive perspective, is that possible? yeas, of course, Steven Wilson has always being considered for being a perfectionist and explorer of new horizons. No Man is the melancholic side; Porcupine Tree, the experimental side; IEM, the instrumental side; Bass Communion, the weird side; and of course Blackfield, the pop side. The second delivery brings us more "commercial" (none of the songs is commercial, but it sounds more audible for any listener) together with melancholic songs. Blackfield II has this type of music with great care in different aspects: the lyrics, the message they try to convey, the musical aspects, the background of every song, the instrumentation, the voices ... essential aspects of progressive rock, that's why this album is one of my favorite ones.
Memo_anathemo | 5/5 |

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