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Karmakanic - Who's the Boss in the Factory? CD (album) cover




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4.06 | 482 ratings

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5 stars hi this is frist review of this alblum thanks to insideout for promo copy. This cd starts off with mass epic,called send message from the heart excellent epic..Reminds me of styx at moments,Probly the strongest song on this cd..Amazing lyrics,vocal melodies,By Edman excellent drumming by zoltan..Jonas Reingold is going in good direction this cd is reingold best totally diffrent sound..

The next song Let in hoolywood the shortest song on the cd,Is probly the heaviest song on the disc and is excellent song. With some amazing complex odd time signatures,Nother highlight of this cd way to go guys..

Next song whos boss in factory is minor epi, prolby weakest song on the cd..Lyrically it dull,music is above average but it still good song not to much to comment on this song itself..

Next song is nother fave of mine two blocks from the edge,This song has saxophone in it which makes it lil jazzzy at times..With progressiveness in it long instrumental breaks good vocals,Probly most diverse song on cd an stellar mini epic by all precautions...

The last 2 songs eternally is more soundtrack feel to the song,First part is 2 minutes of classicalish melodies 2nd part is hymn to reingold parents which i read who dies in car accident..The emotions in this song r felt an ballad song,That even grabs me as song to relax u.Think of how life is eternal at times has many twists turns in it,But yet we still go on spirtual path of our parents forefathers.

4.5 stars prog rock cd of the year for me it been in heavy roatation in my car cd player hope this review is helpful!!!

tangentfan2008 | 5/5 |


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