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THE SKY IS FALLING

Days Before Tomorrow

 

Neo-Prog

3.39 | 23 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars This is Neo Prog album that explains a lot how this all works. Melodic a lot, however brings also negatives of Ne(o)w Prog genre that can be too much for some (like characteristic singing, however, choir vocals aren't so usual here --- or prominent synth using). Not for me, I'm used to it.

Beautiful guitar solos, fans of these will be pleased a lot. Because I basically like melodic music as it is some kind of base Prog that I'm coming from (you know, like I started with melodic Prog).

There's concept behind this album, I don't know much about it but one can guess by listening and from what I understand so far I like it. I wish I had this booklet.

For example, try to listen first seconds (about 20 seconds) of Wasted Years II: Sleepwalking, it doesn't remind me my shame (as lyrics are telling), but rather Ayreon. And not just this one, it's mostly acoustic guitar that is what both I like and what reminds me it. Strange, probably it means nothing.

review under reconstruction

OK, this is the first time I have completely rewritten the review, because even though I know that some of my reviews aren't example cases of how review should be written, this one was really terrible mess. Not just this, but also full of bad reasons. This time, my rating will be of 1,5 stars higher.

Why ? Because this album deserves it. I have talked a little bit with band's guitarist / vocalist and from what I discovered, I really regret that I don't have physical CD anymore, because there was beautiful more-than-dozens page long booklet that explains the story that I somehow missed. And I like these booklet stories / books added to albums to be honest.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |

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