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3.92 | 61 ratings

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5 stars Here's something tantalising about Necromonkey's work: instruments played on their albums include a bass played with a wine goblet, and a bowed vibraphone. Sold? Well, the band is two multi-instrumentalists who love bringing out highly skilled friends to make some of the best music of the decade. Within a single track they will switch instruments at will. The aforementioned bizarre instruments and instrumentation factors many a time. By the end, we are left with a varied and impressive masterpiece. Highlight is definitely the epic title track; nay, suite, where all sorts of great and ever changing directions from dozens of instruments, built around a killer main theme driven by a cool bass, comes together into a breathtaker. Just listen to the band's live in studio run-through of it and be amazed. Nothing can be compared to the band in terms of style or substance. All I can say is get this and prepare for a masterful, eclectic journey.
LearsFool | 5/5 |


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