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Roz Vitalis



3.09 | 4 ratings

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3 stars Composition 'The Threesunny Light Power' is the first ROZ VITALIS epic which does work for me. Although it's still keyboards with programmed drums there's almost no signs of bore: musical events come and go keeping my focus on the smooth mood changes. Also the music is brighter than anything they did before. The darkest parts are several organ chorale passages.

So, it's 20+ minutes of bright mid-paced and complex enough music. Well, it's good, rarely very good and nowhere near exceptional. Also then comes boring soundscape-only 'Astral mule'. Thanks god there's another good long track to restore the album's impression on me. 'Destroying the paradise of smiles' is a darker (in the vein of their previous albums) mid-paced composition with little to no soundscaping to disturb the flow from whipping up darker robotic mood. Close to be very good.

XPEHOPE3KA | 3/5 |


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