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THE FUTURE NOW

Peter Hammill

 

Eclectic Prog

3.45 | 132 ratings

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Diego I
4 stars Peter Hammill "The Future Now" shows an artist who just no needs companies to express the true intentions of what want to describe, and in this album shows it. "Pushing Thirty" is a great happy song, that suddenly falls down to merge in "The Second Hand" an urgent electro-experimental song, with the bass synth sound that aspires to become a song of Bowie's Young Americans... mixtures of the most exquisite sounds that break with the proposed scheme, even for the same in his previous work ... In particular it seems to me more than salvageable discuss engineering sound of this album that is accurate, polished, without sounding pretentious, a kind of futurism-enginering-sound, with electro armonies, melodies that are built in a progressive manner; ballads like "If I Could" the pride of self-absorbed by the sound closely related to the existential, look to the vulnerable state of mind of someone dead...
Diego I | 4/5 |

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