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GOOD APOLLO, I'M BURNING STAR IV, VOLUME TWO: NO WORLD FOR TOMORROW

Coheed And Cambria

 

Crossover Prog

3.72 | 134 ratings

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Menswear
Prog Reviewer
3 stars MTV written all over it.

When there's a new trend in the air, there's a hype. Where there's a hype, there's MTV. Kids are shovelled with sub-par bands, and sometimes initiated with new musical ways: the cross of emo and prog.

Prog is said here tongue-in-cheek: it's not really progressive, it's just more elaborated and not always the 3 same chords over and over again. So, you have lots of attitude, lots of style but a rather thin layer of diversity. It's basically the same guitar, with the same effects in every song. Hence the need of a keyboardist to create something thicker than this.

Anyhow, some songs are catchy, but again, very thin in terms of originality. The whole thing just breathes 'how-to-please-kids-101'.

Average, butt-kicking and furious.

Menswear | 3/5 |

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