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No-Man

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.86 | 32 ratings

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robbob
3 stars Is No Man psychedelic space rock?

I don t think so...it is more ambient space rock, eclectic space rock.

What distinguish No Man is the melancholia ,the ballad tunes ,more than something hard.

When i knew about this apparition i was so happy.....but

Well sound mastering and video art excellent..this is a very good quality product...but..

I missed more melancholia..and i didn t like the sounding of instruments.

Why the keyboards and drums so silent ...there is a lack of passion there. Violin well , Bownes fantastic...

But why Steven Wilson tries so much to show this group belongs to him?

I really didn t like at all SW guitar participation...why so loud? ┐was this a Porcupine Tree concert ...did SW try so?

Too much hard rock sometimes with a disproportionated participation of loudness in the artists.

I quite liked the selection of songs...but the interpretation not so much.

A little disappointed.

robbob | 3/5 |

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