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SCHOOLYARD GHOSTS

No-Man

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.58 | 164 ratings

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lostfloyd
5 stars In my opinion, this is not the easiest No Man's album for a start with the band (I personally would advise for Returning Jesus). But the quality of composition and interpretation is once again impressive, as usual it fits well with lyrics (these guys work together for a long time). It all deals with atmospheres of nostalgia and melancholy, in a very soft and contemplative way (no surprise here, but it still evolve this way since last album...). More important use of strings and acoustic instruments for the arrangements: a distinctive point with its predecessors. The 5.1 DVD-Audio version has an excellent mix and sound quality (as usual...). (But I also appreciate the stereo version.) In conclusion, if you like to listen to albums entirely, doing nothing else than listening and enjoy the work of artists, this one may please you as it pleased me.
lostfloyd | 5/5 |

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