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5 stars I think this album is one of the best albums in the world. From beginning to the end you listen some great music.

As the first album of the band thats a great start.

The first song called "Hypervantilate" got really good piano riffs . The structure of the song is great that we can taste some agressive riffs and soft melodies in the same song without any problem. Another great thing about this song is the keyboard solo , because instead of only viririviriviriirivurivurivui type of keyboard solos , thats so melodic so complex so high ..

Album continues with "No me No you" which is heavier song. Chorus melody is also great. Next song "Snow Man" puts a mellow feeling inside you. It seems to be so easy sturcture at first but its really musical. "The other me" stars with a funky melody. And continues good. Lets talk about "Black Light Machine" , this song is a really a masterpiece. Especailly the guitar parts are impressing. Vocal parts really shows us the Frost's style.

As the conclusion last song " Milliontown " is a good conclusion for the album. With its 26 minute long epic structure and great contents . Thats really an essential album !

ersin | 5/5 |


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