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A GENTLEMAN'S HURRICANE

Mind's Eye

 

Progressive Metal

4.07 | 166 ratings

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Cronosmu
5 stars Now this is what I call a must. It is a sin to do not have this CD. Maybe is not THE progressive album, nor THE album of the history, but it is a masterpiece that includes what everyone should like: heavy and powerful riffs, catchy choruses, brilliant lyrics, an excellent concept, and, of course, Andreas Novak voice, probably one of the best voices all over the metal scene (progressive and not progressive)

Every single song is great without an exception. But my favorites, for sure, are the catchy and cheesy Feed my revolver, the brilliant Assassination, and the epic Red Winter Sirens. Also I'd add to the list Skin Crawl.

The production is simply amazing as the whole sound. If you pay attention you can discover something new with every listening. That's how music should be, and Mind's Eye have understand it, because they can create an album full with details, both complex and easy listening.

I think the only inconvenience of this CD is the length, but that's not a big problem, is a matter of opinions. Some get tired of this to fast, like me in the first listening, but after that I realize this album was sure one of the best CDs that I've heard in a long time. Actually I'd say this is one of the best works of the decade, not only of 2007.

Cronosmu | 5/5 |

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