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Lunatic Soul - Walking On A Flashlight Beam CD (album) cover

WALKING ON A FLASHLIGHT BEAM

Lunatic Soul

 

Crossover Prog

4.00 | 348 ratings

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rdtprog
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Prog Metal / Heavy Prog Team
4 stars Lunatic Soul could be consider the soft side of Riverside with his ex-member. The pace is slower, the keyboards are upfront and the guitars not as dominant. The music is very atmospheric with some exotic sounds. We heard in previous albums tribal drums and others instruments of ancient world. The world's music passages has been a trademark of Lunatic Soul in the past, but it's less obvious in this latest release. The singing is often use as a chant or a incantation that brings the melody to a high level of emotion. It's easy to drift away with this music, like some kind of trance. The quality is the same as Riverside, the voice and the song structures have strong similarities, despite the light side of the sound and the slow tempo. There is some more disturbing atmosphere mixed with some serene passages. Some will have trouble enjoying some of the keyboards and samples effects display here, but as long as the compositions have quality, that what's matter. Welcome to the solitude journey and imaginary world of Mariuzsz Duda.
rdtprog | 4/5 |

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