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Bubblemath - Edit Peptide CD (album) cover




Eclectic Prog

4.01 | 113 ratings

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Cboi Sandlin
4 stars I can see why this album took 15 years to make. Not a single song on this albums stays the same the whole way through, they all switch between different themes, riffs and melodies every few seconds. The tempo is constantly changing and the drummer keeps up very well, still being able to play very advanced beats at such varying speeds. I see there as being a much larger emphasis on the keyboards in this album than in their previous albums, the keyboards seem to be the main part of the instrumental sound. Still, the guitars had a very big role in this album, there were some seriously killer guitar solos on this record. I could not say that the vocals were perfect, but i dont suppose that matters because the vocals were not the emphasis of the album. All in all I think that Bubblemath are very skilled musicians and showed that very well in this album.

As for the songs themselves, i find this album slightly weaker than their previous work; the songs fell a lot more forgettable. Though the music was clearly impressive, i found the songs lacking. I think that the songs changed a little bit too much, which gives the listener very little time to hear the individual aspects of the each section. Still, this album is very great, just not as good as their debut. I would recommend this album to anybody who likes prog rock, especially if you like some of the more math rock type music.

Cboi Sandlin | 4/5 |


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