Singularity - Of All The Mysteries CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

4.07 | 28 ratings

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3 stars 3,5 stars !!! I pray my excuses for the P A collaborators which gives for this third studio album from SINGULARITY the highest note between all of his discography. I disagree (at least) in part. I consider "Of All The Mysteries" a very good album but not superior in relation their first album (I give 4 stars in (#289940) | Posted by maryes | Sunday, July 11, 2010 |. However, the three initial tracks from this one, are really great compositions in special track 2 "Smile" a very beautiful song which in certain moments seems to lose "composition sense" , such it is the difference between their several sections:and the track is remarkable exactly for this ( a very melancholic initial theme , mix of calm acoustic passages with a very heavy moments ) an apparent incongruity but, masterfully "cemented". The track 3 "XOT" is a great example of how make a "strong" and interesting melody with some simple themes, something like a martial theme or "fugue" and this track is very close to the symphonic prog style.This characteristic of complexity only returns in the last track " Islands" , however, whithout the same "brilliancy" of the two above mentioned tracks.. My rate is 3 stars, although I think that the disk deserves a place im my collection !!!
maryes | 3/5 |


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