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Cirkus - Cirkus Two - The Global Cut CD (album) cover




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2.94 | 7 ratings

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3 stars It is the next project of British after a long break. From five participants of original structure there was only keyboard player Derek Miller. As a matter of fact it was experiment, first attempt at writing in own studio Dereka. Guitarist Paul Baker and vocalist Ian Weatherburg have been involved In record. Wide experience and the collected new material have not made work to participants of collective, to write down and mix ten high-grade tracks. As well as at record of a debut album, the group did not begin to search for skilled producers, serious promotion of a new album and the big circulations (by the way, because to get CD it is practically impossible). But Derek has changed taste and hobby for modern technologies (drum-programming Miller was engaged) is not has gone on advantage. As a matter of fact it is progressive fate, but this time plentifully flavoured with pulsing techno-rhythms. It is necessary to allocate excellent gloomy theme Crime Of Passion, lyrical ballad While I Sleep, vigorous instrumental music of Global Cut with class passes of the keyboard. Dominating flat sounding and boring material, not the main problem of a disk. Group obviously does not suffice former regular song-writer and fine melodist Stu McDade.
yalinc | 3/5 |


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