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3.67 | 9 ratings

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4 stars Well,2 years already in 2010 since this amazing instrumental fusion album has been released and no review yet?!?!Bizarre!All it can be sayed from the beginning about this album is that,if we compare to the sensational debut one,it's more mature and song orientated!The first one was smashig and took by storm all those who made a first audition of it and I am sure the first reaction was WOW!Some thinked it was quite close to the ferocious both LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT blastering albums!This one is pushing a little further the tremendeous talent of both heavenly gifted ZEROESQUE guitar players ,which have invited here other maestros to play some wonderful solos...VINNIE MOORE,DERRYL GABEL and the Italian sensation MARCO SFOGLI!It's an album that will plenty satisfy all the good quality music fans,especially thise who like diverse composition-from hard rock,to latino rhythms ,funk atmosphere sometimes and prog influenced compositions too-every musical style is on this album!The keyboards have also a very important role too!Yes,DIVERSITY is the main characteristic of this album!The title of the album MULTIPICK TECHNIQUE - a little game play fits perfectly well with the musical mesage of it at 200 %!!!Good production and very,very much attention to the compositional process here!In terms of the spectacular aspect,this second one may intrigue a little the fans of the first ZEROESQUE album,that's why we are waiting impatiently the third musical try to see in what direction the band will fly?Sinceres congratulations for some amazingly talented musicians and a trully diverse and catchy album from the first to the last note!4 STARS for the ambition and the mature compositions!
Ovidiu | 4/5 |


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