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Marty McFly
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4 stars I think that Jonathan (Menswear) described it well. There is truly some kind of "copying" (nothing so visible though). However, this album is better, like for

4(-) I suppose. Artificial Life, song about disillusioned state of mind by today's world, Beatles (or simply nostalgia) inspired track Nothing Lasts Forever or nice Symphonic arrangements (featured or more songs here by the way) of The Power of 3.

But album continues in a way that I consider good. Story set in these lyrics is touching and sinisterly reminiscenting of a world we're living in. Vocalist sounds less and less like Peter Gabriel (silly presumption, I know). After first two tracks, songs get more melodic and also more "living", like there is some kind of heart involved in process of songwriting (like that it's not artificial at all).

4(+) I suppose.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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