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Others by No One


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.03 | 21 ratings

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5 stars Even after 45 years, I still get very excited on those rare occasions when prog brings up something completely different. This second album from Others by No One is indeed one of those occasions. I can't really describe this album, as that would be impossible. And it would spoil the surprise. It's definitely progressive rock, but it's also a lot of other things. If you've ever wondered how other music genres would sound with constantly shifting time signatures, then this will provide some answers. It might also be a musical. The listening experience is exactly the same as riding a faulty rollercoaster. It's exhilarating, unpredictable, and you can't get off. Where Stories Come From is a long album (75 minutes), but there are no dull moments, not even on the first listen. If you want me to recommend a track to start you off, then you could try Well-Read (just because it's the first one I heard). You are in for a treat.
DayDawnsDark | 5/5 |


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