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Marty McFly
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3 stars Well, let's say that this album is full of disappointments, each one in different (and quite inventive) way, striking directly at spots that I hate. There are these little things that makes you annoyed, stressed and nervous. Wanting to get over with it. Every Desert Got Its Ocean first shocked me with dance (let's stay safe and stick with "dance", because I don't know which form of electro music it resembles), which I used to listen (from time to time) when I was little child. And another thing, I normally likes strings, but these sounds quite synthesized. Then Repaint the Sky with its horrible drumming. It's suppose not to be programmed drummer (or some electronic crap), but it really sounds like it.

And not only half of these instruments sounds artificial, but songs are average mostly, while I have to admit that I quite a like some of them. But I even I like some guitar solos and vocals aren't so bad, this record is so over-synthesized, that advantages are simply too little in total count, that it's disaster.

3(+) for something that could be good, very good, but it failed.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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