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SUPERDENSECRUSHLOADFILLER

Superdensecrushloadfactor

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.81 | 2 ratings

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LearsFool
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5 stars A motley collection ambient pieces, synth tracks, jazz themes, and acoustic guitar work that manages to be altogether excellent. The album makes up for its disparity of styles by having great flow, as "The Beatles", "Double Nickels On The Dine", and "Corvus Stone II" taught us. The ambient tracks are calm, relaxing affairs on the warm side of the genre. The synths play nice, complex melodies and long, ethereal tones. Jazz sounds make a comeback here, for the longest time neglected by Buller. And the guitar is played like a sitar, much as Superdense did with mandolins for the longest time. The album is mainly in the light, but "Snarl Pet" and a couple other tracks go into darker territory, and with it buck the album's hi-fi production for the kind of muddy sound quality that makes darkness even darker. "Snarl Pet" also allows Buller to show off his bass skills for once. As usual for Buller, all the instruments are played great, and the composition and ideas here are well put together and executed. Just another perfect and unique record from Superdense, this should please avant prog fans.
LearsFool | 5/5 |

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