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KINGDOM COME

Jeremy

 

Crossover Prog

1.42 | 3 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
1 stars New Age or relaxation music........... whatever.

I have to admit that this type of music is not for me so please feel free to ignore the star given. Read my description of the music instead and make up your own mind if you want to invest in this album or not. Giving out stars here is a bit pointless.

The music here is...... well....... very film music like with long passages of keyboards, some electric and acoustic guitars and........ well, that's it. There is hardly any change of rhythms here and sadly, no melodies either. The tracks just floats into each other with no meaning whatsoever. Relaxing music ? This album seems underdeveloped and incoherent. I have also paid money for this album. That makes my blood boil. I am therefore not relaxed. Not the slightest. The programmed machine drums, a nasty throwback to the 1980s, also makes it hard to relax. But the bottom line is; I do not see the point of this album. If I want to relax; silence is the best way. What is wrong with silence ? I think silence is an undervalued entity. So where is the market for an album where nothing happens during seventy-two minutes ? I don't know. This is not for me, I am afraid.

1 star

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |

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