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QUANTUM

Planet X

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.11 | 153 ratings

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fred84
4 stars Finally Planet X come back from a five-year journey in the universe!They return to earth with a lot of experience and inspiration! Quantum is an album of a mature group that mixes up all Metal attitude with jazz influence. I think it's a great fusion of genres!!! They could appear so far the one from the other but i have to say that it's not fair . Sherinian and Donati have demonstrated this type of music it's not a pure show of cleverness, but also a great concentration of capacity to make a good music with something innovative. I have to underline Allan Holdsworth's partecipation on this album, on "Desert Girl" (wonderful song) and "The Thinking Stone" (great effort to mix melody and great groove). For the rest of the album it's can be said that it's a step forward to Moonbabies's quality. I think not too much metal for my ear but more fusion (i can do a little critic to Tony Mcalpine's style that for me it's too much connected to metal than jazz).My best songs are Alien Hip Hop (On The Virg's reminiscence), Desert Girl (I love Allan Holdsworth), Matrix Gate, The Thinking Stone, Space Foam and Quantum Factor. Check it out!
fred84 | 4/5 |

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