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DOPPLER 444

Mongol

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.52 | 25 ratings

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hdfisch
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3 stars This is a very much technically orientated Jazz-Metal-Fusion album and actually quite impressing on the first listen, at least for the point of musicians' performance. But in fact I'd like to agree to Maani's comments, that in a way the compositions are quite direction- and aimless. It's not the type of music you can enjoy to listen to for almost 50 minutes because it has too little structure and variability. But still it's not a bad album and for sure quite unique in respect of its weirdness, moreover it's the only output by this band and difficult to find. If you are a great fan of technical metal you should probably do the effort and try to get it. Anyway worth a listen or two!!
hdfisch | 3/5 |

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