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FEAR DRAWS MISFORTUNE

Cheer-Accident

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.85 | 33 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Oh yeah, this album is special. It's modern Avant band that, even accessible more than others (who else is able to get weirdness of "Freak Out" by Zappa please stand up ... everyone ? OK, bad try). Purpose of this album (it's my first album by this band) is for sure be non melodic. Or harmonic, whatever, that doesn't matter so much as that all over this album is striking (and shouting) fact that this is "different" than most of other current music. This is not trying to do arse-licking, instead, they're doing what they want. In a way how they want it. Even it can mean that they're not "nice-and-beautiful-love-songs" band. They're not even symphonic/eclectic/crossover (and other prog genres listed here, the best style that fits them is really this one).

3(+), I can enjoy it, I really can. As proved right now and earlier when I was listening it. However, not at all times, as this can be quite tricky and for certain moods only. Expect some post-rock elements (!) too.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |

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