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MI KUBBESI

Nekropsi

 

Progressive Metal

4.07 | 58 ratings

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taylanbil
4 stars The album "Mi Kubbesi" has a strong start, with "Crying Game" and "Fok", but has some weaker moments than, but eventually gets it together to present some really good music. The tracks "Dimli Mi", "Goc", "Yollar", "Son" are really great and "41" does it for a remarkable finale. But somehow, Mi Kubbesi is really a strange kind of album; lots of short songs disconnected from each other, doesn't really fulfill the listener's anticipation of a long epic. I, personally, would prefer the presence of a 15+ minute song or at least more 9 minute songs instead of the short 1 - 2 minute pieces. Anyway, there is no way that I would rate any track of this album as bad.

Great album by Nekropsi, although I can't affirm that it's a perfect masterpiece. It's a sure thing that Nekropsi have demonstrated their ability to produce a legendary album, but too bad they collapsed and waited too long for their second release. Much better works would have happened if they continued to work at the time.

Any rock/metal fan in Turkey HAS to buy this album (possibly more than one copies), to support the music they love. 4 stars without a doubt.

taylanbil | 4/5 |

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