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3.96 | 105 ratings

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Booba Kastorsky
5 stars Two previous reviewers did a great job to describe what this album is, and I agree with their assessment. It was my first introduction to Lazuli, and I have to say I loved them immediately! And I still play them ones in a while, and they are not getting boring. Yet, at least! :) They don't play quirky, intricate music with tricky time signatures or epic-scale compositions. But they have a lot of strengths! Firstly, they are excellent songwriters: they songs are inventive, melodic, infections and very well constructed and arranged, and they last exactly as long as they should. No wanking there, guys! :) Their lyrics are also pretty good, at least to my limited French :) Secondly, their vocalist has an excellent voice that he uses masterfully. Thirdly, this is rare noways, but this album doesn't not have any fillers, unlike the most modern prog albums that lasts 60-70 minutes! It plays for 43:01, excellent length, quality over quantity. I'm giving it 5 stars even though this is not a "prog masterpiece". But it is sure a great piece of modern prog-related rock music that I love more than many overhyped "heavyweights".
Booba Kastorsky | 5/5 |


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