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Echo Us



3.43 | 17 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Oh my dear g., this is really far from what I expected. In a bad way I'm afraid. How to rate music which I listen (I did thousands of times during my life), I'm trying to get into (I've tried dozens of times on various albums in past), which I don't like (it also happened before) and also music which I don't consider Prog. That's three bad things and so far no positive. Oh, there is one, music harmonies, pleasant compositions, which are unfortunately quite shallow.

Far from being "normal" Neo Prog, this electronic experiment (voice modulator, sound effect of various kind and - not sure why - Japanesque feeling), this would be ambient, if it wasn't for all other elements that forms this. As it is now, it only has ambient feelings, but not "guts" - insides. Record that surely confuses (and will confuse) people who listens / will listen to it.

Damn this, there are some good things - it's original, it flows easily and you feel refreshed. I'm sure some will find its similarity with trance (to some degree) disturbing and repulsive. I know that I do (a little bit), but it's cleverly done and works incorporated into this music.

3(+), still I cannot go higher as this is very controversial kind of "Prog" (if it's Prog), so I'll remain neutral.

P.S - I kid you not now when I say that I like it a little bit.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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