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3.26 | 51 ratings

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Marty McFly
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2 stars Oh yeah baby, bring it on, that's the kind of action I like, explosions, horror and blood, that's how this record is. Or is it not ? No, it's not, because this is album full of songs that are based either on slow building (first track pattern), or (second track) on solos. Did I say two types ? Sorry, I was lying, there's also third track pattern (Landslide of Landmarq's Landberg, oh I meant Iceberg, or something completely different? let's close this matter instead), that brings more "powerful" structure together with clearly distinctive guitar/synth solos. Album's epic is yet another epic ... fail, because, even it's not disaster. First five minutes are repeated structure, over and over again, to no avail. Then yet another five minutes and finally, again five minutes of something I'll rather not describe, even it's at least "alive".

Where's soul in this record, because I don't hear one. Talispin is both void, boring and unpleasant (this time, I hate "drums")

2(+), ugh, it's terrible.

Marty McFly | 2/5 |


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