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Fernando Perdomo


Crossover Prog

2.33 | 3 ratings

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2 stars At least it's not Warm...

I don't know if it's me or the Adderall, but after the bore that was Warm, here I am ready to review the next. And once again, from the onset with the opener "The One You Run To", are our fellow 'raters' once again a lying bunch?! In a way, it's of course easiest to actually review albums like these (I'm writing this before finishing the album, by the way), as I can just fly through it as there tends to be little to nothing for me in individual tracks. Did somebody say 'Woof'?!

"Feels" at least has some charms. "Hiding Under Clouds" has a Psychedelic sort of something that's nice. Minimal. I'm again, I don't apologize, getting big COLDPLAY vibes here. "Holding Back I Love You's" was probably the strongest up to this point, but still not a whole lot to offer aside from swell guitar soloing.

Oh, good, we get to learn more about this "Angel" we heard so much about last time... It's fine. Again, saving graces in the lead guitar. I'm realizing that is Perdomo, so bravo, actually. I don't want to be too mean.

He really does wear his heart on his sleeve, doesn't he?

And now "Stay With the Friends" is a track that caught my ear from the start. Some Psych Pop with electric sitar (isn't it always? I'm not complaining haha). Too bad the melody was meh.

That's it. Bye.

DangHeck | 2/5 |


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