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4.05 | 132 ratings

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4 stars I gave the previous album 4 stars and it seems that I have fallen into my own trap. This album is definitely much more better which puts me against the wall and I have to score this album with 5 stars. But I would not do it, it is an excellent album but still, it has its flaws. When I discovered Millenium with Numbers I knew they have it, the potential and I must confess I am not disappointed, heck even surprised. What deserves attention is the songwriting and the idea that instead of series of short songs the band decided to write 4 longer tracks - and this decision provided them with the opportunity to really show their instrumental abilities and on the other hand the opportunity to wider reflections on life and various stages of existence. The old Floydian patents in arrangements are present but in a good way. This always works with the strong tunes. Solos are really captivating, to use the cliche, especially interesting are the keyboards. And this time the solos are really developed. But what still is a flaw are the vocals. I mean there is nothing wrong with them, but I think that such music deserves better vocal themes and interpretation - unfortunately the singer sounds like the wood and does not turn me on. So, still 4 stars but this time they are very well deserved.
RaphaelT | 4/5 |


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