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3.30 | 32 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars EDIT: So actually it's not so shallow, is it? Full of cheap tricks (depending on your state of mind, they're not necessarily cheap at all times, remember this), but better than their previous album. Take most of reasons which I was rumbling about in last review, but leave some of them. Mostly, this is better album. Maybe supervised by Neal Morse (just thought, not confirmed, nor supported by any proof). But I'm sometimes tempted by nice tunes and very complex song-writing skill. These parts are switching, like hill-trench-hill-trench and over and over again. Or maybe it's just me and I just have a bad feeling from their previous albums. As Windhawk said, this is preachy-free. Not that it does matter a lot, because lyrics aren't obvious for me half a times.

3(+), believe it or not (do believers believe, or they actually are unbelieving believers?), it's actually not so bad. They surely improved their arsenal of words and musical skills. Over all these long years, even it still sounds quite like sweat dagger in the back, preaching, about him, him and merely him. But on the other hand, they can play very well, given all these "guests".

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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