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2 stars As honestly I say, this is a good album I think...not a collective piece, though.

After quiet and serious guitar solo of Dormouse - A Theme, dramatic melodies and melanchoric voices are very comfortable for me in the song Waiting for the Axe to Fall. I wanna say bravo for especially the last climax. I feel warmth in the complexity. Hive Mind has pop and catchy flavour with flying sparks of colourful sounds. Wonderful orchestration and dramaric changes of scenes are in The Claws Of A Crayfish and the next My Sleeping Slave. Darkness At Noon and Prequiem are short tracks on the dark side...before another world we will enter?! Fantastic are the guitar solo and percussive rhythm of Gift Of The Flame. Although the next two (Interview With A Dormouse and Thermonuclear Cheese) are short but I love these depressive shots with a brilliant stream flowing. A bit different taste from other songs is in The Search For Terrestrial a toy in the dark and messy department eccentric I feel always. Back to the PAIN...yea, A Fistful of Fortitude is exactly a pain coming here again. However, terrific drama will come soon...Love Theme From Number Seven has good progressive flavour with classical elements - with our long waiting. By poppin' Storia Senti, graceful Infinite Supply he might try to put fragrant variation on this my opinion, though. With Dormouse - An End the story ends quietly, plaintively and flat.

Indeed there are painful killa atomosphere"s" in serial in this work (and I feel most songs are good upon style and production), but I'm sorry I can feel only sweet flavour, not woody, estery, or spicy one from this whisky. It's a regret at least for me that I cannot enjoy a taste of great depth.

PHIDEAUX, I'M lookin' forward to your next work too.

DamoXt7942 | 2/5 |


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