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THE HUMAN EQUATION

Ayreon

 

Progressive Metal

4.19 | 897 ratings

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TheSapphireRose
3 stars I love Ayreon and all of Arjen Lucassen's musical projects with all my heart but The Human Equation, while a good enough album has always struck me as being overrated in terms of Ayreon albums. It's not his weakest album by far, but he can and has done better both before and after The Human Equation. I feel that this album can be mostly lived without, with the exception of the songs Day two: Isolation, Day six: Childhood, Day ten: Memories and Day sixteen: Loser. That's 4 out of the twenty songs that The Human Equation gives us, which is ultimately why I feel that overall I can only give the album 3 stars. It's worth having even if you're not the type to buy all the albums by the artists you like, but this shouldn't be the Ayreon album that you use to have your first experience with Arjen's music.
TheSapphireRose | 3/5 |

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