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DARK MATTER

IQ

 

Neo-Prog

4.01 | 648 ratings

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Terenzani
4 stars This album seems to me that have left enough good ordered with respect to the order of the songs, the disc opens with "Sacred Sound" that is a song that lasts about 12 minutes, this song begins with a bottom keyboard, soon takes step to him to the battery and slowly they begin to unite all the other instruments, is an excellent song and very good to give an idea us of which it will be the rest of the album. soon it follows the song "Red Dust Shadow" that begins with an acoustic guitar of single with the bottom keyboard, is "a somewhat slow" song, but it does not stop being quite good, later come You Never Will" who to my seem to be the best song of the album, that begins we say that with the slowness of second and increases, in this song seems to me that they found an order between all the instruments and the vocals, the disc follows with the song "Born Brilliant" who continuing with which the other songs have a slow beginning but in the case of this song Peter Nicholls is we say the one that begin it, and close the disc with "Harvest of Souls" a song of 24 minutes, that has all the characteristics of a good progressive song, since it begins with slow and very smooth rate, and around the 6 min has a drastic change and it becomes one more a faster song, and more ahead it is repeating the speed changes and rate in the song
Terenzani | 4/5 |

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