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5 stars Have already appreciated the t-albums before for their quality. Solipsystemology does a lot more to me. "Again a good complex album" I expected. But Solipsystemology is a small Prog-Sensation! Maybe the most emotional PROG-Album for me and musically one of the best of the last years. Prog often is constructed, but does not really touch ;-)! This is different, ... so authentic that I do not doubt a second of real emotions. This time it works similar, as the "head-cinema" of Gazpacho. Probably because of the many small details (and much more details) and the careful song structure ... and again and again goose bumps. I associate Bowie and Hogarth again, although this music has its own character. There are so many rhythmic subtleties. There are reminiscents of Blackstar ("The End Where We Begin - The End Of Always") and The Cure ("The Trauma Of Happiness - Lifeoscopy"). Everything is so cool that I really like it (as The Cure skeptic). Theatrical and perfectly staged! An over 70 minute masterpiece!
Quidje | 5/5 |


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