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HYDROPHONIA

Roine Stolt

 

Symphonic Prog

4.00 | 97 ratings

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EVE123
5 stars no one else i can think of could achieve such majectical magic and ceanic muscial perfection...what we have here is pure genius folks....each song somehow represents the themes of the ocean but it never actually uses any sounds from the ocean....its bizarre.....every song is still very melodic heavy at some parts even, and progressive....this is sheer gold what roine has achieved here....his guitar sound is very strong and powerful in this one...like on the opening track...it just sent shivers up my spine...this album deserves so much more recogniton than what it gones on this site!!!....what is wrong with u ppl!!!...hahah..i mean this is brilliance from beginning to end....shipbuilding is so memorable and melodic...comes across as cheesy at first for me, but grew on me, wreck of hms nemesis is kinda like a flower kings mini epic but reaches so many great soundscapes and oceanic themes that hits u right at the core....roine said in the booklet of the album...this may not be the greatest of efforts but TRUE.....and indeed it is true....it speaks the truth of what music indeed should be...compelling, memorable, powerful, and have a strong message that touches one's soul in a positive and deep way!!!
EVE123 | 5/5 |

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