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STUNTMAN

Edgar Froese

 

Progressive Electronic

3.80 | 52 ratings

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Discographia
5 stars Fabulous melodies emerges in this album. "Stuntman" beautiful melody, music and raised total success. "It would be like Samoa" will be less successful, but still synth sounds really nice. "Detroit Snakbar dreamer" is calmer, the music Egar Froese still very planing and spacecraft electronics. "Drunk Mozart in the Desert" is an absolutely beautiful music with a melody Dante, the culmination of electronic music, success is the pure state, an unforgettable way ... Agar Froese here kept his best title, bravo and thank you, Mr. Froese hat. "a Dali-esque Sleep fuse" or as Edgar Froese's guitar is talking with a beautiful solo. Scarlet Score for Mescalero "ends the album gently to rest after such a meal, nothing more normal.
Discographia | 5/5 |

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