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Alamaailman Vasarat



3.22 | 46 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpää
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2 stars The aggressive and unique blend of avantgarde rock and klezmer folk influences show a huge amount of uniqueness, but what here hits to my ears is the sense of humor following from their predecessor band Höyrykone, which I personally do not like. The greatest innovation here in my opinion is the amplifying of cellos with fuzzbox, making a real killer sound. But this solution would have helped to create a more memorable end result if the basic philosophy of the group would be more solemn and serious. It is very possible, that I characterize more myself by disliking this "crazy" humor present in artistic music than this record, but it does not contain the substances which I seek from arts, and thus this record nor band never grew dear to me.
Eetu Pellonpää | 2/5 |


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