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SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC: PART TWO

Beardfish

 

Eclectic Prog

4.20 | 512 ratings

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Marty McFly
Special Collaborator
Errors and Omissions Team
5 stars Oh yeah, five star disclaimer. It's reserved for masterpieces, right ? Got it, this is their epic. And even their newest album was awarded by 5 star rating from me also, this one is better. Time will prove this right I believe.

"Into the Night" 0:18 basically from beginning we hear overpowering, strong and confident vocals (do I hear backing vocals here?), he can even do Michael Jackson style high pitch (even just for five seconds). 1:11 and another section, by the way this entire song is comprised of these /parts/, there will be even strong keyboards. Yes, when I was not looking, style of singing has returned to first section. This one can be irritating sometimes, not everyone can appreciate (or stand) his voice in this part. 3:12 marks radical change of mind of songwriter. From quite bluesy tones "Lost, the approaching night, traces of summer..." and harph like guitar sound. You know, just grab the strings by the /balls/. 5:43 stands for it all. This section comes seconds before this time, but 5:43 again repeats second part, but with a lot of inovations. For example 6:19 - nice keyboard solo. XX - Randomly during this track we can hear waltz rhytm (which I appreciate a lot). For example 7:26 - tu ti ti, tu ti ti ... (((1-2-3, 1-2-3))). 7:41 on the contrary contains some head-banging sound. Yeah, this song is full of geniality. It's blend of some thing I I've never believed that can be combined together. Not just two or three, but many more. From parts when you flow away to the sections where you can rock (and roll).

"Hunter" or if you wish, "The Hunter"

Enough for now, I gotta rest. Anyway, I hate "Cashflow". So I will just ignore this track and rest deserve this 5 star rating fully. With it, I would gave it 4.62

Marty McFly | 5/5 |

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