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Solar Project


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.15 | 24 ratings

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5 stars I'll give 4,71 stars the beginning of the album didn't please me at all, But when I was going to turn the cd off the music started to get better and better (after 4 minutes of the 1st track), and I just loved the album

1. Time Part I (7:34) The beginning is quite borring, the bass sound too much elctronic, but at the 4:00 the hammond comes and makes the rest of the music very good


2. About time (4:43) The acoustic/electric guitar intro is just amazing, and I liked a lot of the people talking, very good track and a philosofical reflexion about what is time (5/5)

3. Crime Time (5:55) Perfect lyrics, awesome acoustic guitar intro, cool variations, a really remarkable music (5/5)

4. Time Out (7:12) Excelent music and lyrics (5/5)

5. Zeitgeist (6:01) Man, it reminds me focus and deep purple, with a kind of elp organ parts. It's not sooo prog, but is excelent, anyway (5/5)

6. to 11. Time To Die (27:08) I think it's better to listen to that, it's an excelent epic track wich deserves 5 stars (5/5)

12. Time Part II (8:15) Good ending for the album, finishing the idea of the first track, 5 stars too (5/5)

gesse | 5/5 |


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