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3.35 | 45 ratings

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4 stars As someone who did not know Pulsar the first time around, I can say objectively (?) that Gorlitz is actually better than Halloween. Halloween is roughly 40 minutes long, with about 15 of those being mood setting, and a bunch more being almost unlistenable, all supposedly in the name of placing atmospherics and arrangements ahead of flashiness, but please. Gorlitz appeared a decade later and not only avoided most of those pitfalls but produced several stronger melodies, most notably of course in the long title cut, but also in "Autour de Toi", while "Fin de Voyage" was a direct descendent of those early yawners, and, unlike Halloween, manages to avoid sucking all the air out of the room. The production is also impeccable. Buy if you like melodic prog, period.
kenethlevine | 4/5 |


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