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EGG THE UNIVERSE

Teru's Symphonia

 

Symphonic Prog

2.49 | 12 ratings

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2 stars Indeed I feel this symphonia should be very beautiful, but sadly...

In the beginning of Metancholic Garden, repetitive keyboard sounds with grace and dream let me feel as if I be in the outer space. And the synth strings are heavy but gentle and floating. Good for me, exactly. Voices and chorus are not so good but not always mismatched with the symphonic sounds so I don't care. Sorry but the lyrics are of childish love songs...I feel. Ah, let me say all their beautiful symphonia should get a bit thinner and flatter. On Drawer Of Night, Megu's beautiful and lyrical voice is so good that I can enjoy the track well, in spite of the pop and catchy flavour. It's slightly hard for me to evaluate the song...I suggest it can be released as a CD single. You...should disappoint me by the bubblegum lyrics and sounds... Megu says 'You...please keep in your memory only that nothing can make me another girl...' and asks me 'Kore De Manzoku? (Are you pleased with me?)'...NO! And to be continued...Tears For A Harmit, Mildah both are indeed beautiful and have melancholic keyboard and guitar sounds with heavy synthesizer and comfortable voices. It's a pity that I feel they should not be progressive but Japanese pop. However, Egg The Universe, the masterpiece, comes here and breaks my worries about this album! Yes, these dazzling, solemn, and fantastic orchestrated sounds with brilliant keyboard and synthesizer moonshine can bring me into another teru's-druggie world. The last track completely can hold my heart. Can I foresee their marvelous works later with the terrific symphonia-universe?

This is my first TERU'S SYMPHONIA and it's absolutely natural I can have an expectation of their star shining.

DamoXt7942 | 2/5 |

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