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Zeuhl

4.24 | 346 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Yes, believe me or not when I say that this album is accessible by my opinion. Or maybe my thinking is so much altered by prog music that I'm not able to evaluate music normally. Nope, let's stick with Eros (actually, these 2-3 lines before this bracket are lies anyway).

Album that can be titled as: "Why to make it nice when you can have hell on Earth, am I right ? Oh yeah, you are, so let's make it as hard and complex as possible. But what about listeners ? Well, they does not matter so much, as casual listeners will never stumble over our work and if they'll eventually by accident did, they will run away in fear from our mighty sounds. And prog fans ? Most of them respect Zeuhl style so they'll love this. A lot. We're safe man, this will be masterpiece for those we want to impress."

However, I found some nice, symphonic-like parts, which of course aren't necessary here and I don't blame them for it. In terms of Zeuhl, as I understand it, it's great album. In terms of how I like it, it's worse. But I can enjoy it, as I love these complex, rumored to be hard-to- get-into things.

4(+), not feeling to give more. Not feeling to be converted enough.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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