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ENTERING THE SPECTRA

Karmakanic

 

Symphonic Prog

3.60 | 127 ratings

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robringas
4 stars I used to really love this album...until it was stolen from a friend of mine, arrrrrg!!!! Someone already said that this is a mixture of TFK and DT,and I guess hes kinda right, and the good thiing is that it IS my cup of tea! Those are my two fav bands. This one has it all, from complex prog, to soaring beautiful emotions ala TFK, to heavy metal, to POP(!). The first and best song, "Entering the spectra" is played by all members of TFK. Music is composed by Jonas and lyrics and guitar by Mr Roine Stolt. Listen to me: if you like TFK, you MUST HAVE THIS SONG. Its one of their best songs ever. The lyrics are so damn simple and natural, and beautiful, Roine is an amazing human being. This song has very proggy parts, jazz, symphonic rock, choir, everything. Other songs are very interesting like cyberdust from mars, and the heavy "the spirit remains the same". "Welcome to paradise" is a 9 min song I would describe as a mixture of monsterparty music with dream theater. A nice and fun listen. And in the last song, which in my disc was mentioned as a bonus track(I cant remember the title) is a very nice pop song, which strangely for me, for i dont ususally like POP, came to like a lot.
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