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DIGITALIS

Zombi

 

Progressive Electronic

3.33 | 2 ratings

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colorofmoney91
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4 stars This sounds like a Dario Argento film soundtrack written by Goblin, but it's not. I was looking for some good progressive electronic music, and I found this, and it is good.

Everytime I listen to the title track, I want to slip on my tan leather blazer, my aviator sunglasses, and my tight bell-bottom jeans and walk around town, and maybe even be stalked by a psychotic serial killer, unbeknownst to me.

If "Digitalis" is the title sequence to my psycho-killer movie, then "SIberia" is the song that should be playing in my persistent stalker's deranged head while he observes me from afar, with his hollow, menacing, possibly brain damaged gaze. With a steady pulse of bass drum throughout the duration of this slow-tempo track, this song definitely sounds cold and deadly as Siberia is known to be.

After a run-in with my stalker, and engaging in a battle that ultimately results in my favor, I decide to go to the disco and dance the blood off (or my mom will so totally kill me; this blazer was, like, thirty bucks, man). "Sapphire" is funky tune that is very dancelike, and could've even been the music portion of an '80s-era Earth, Wind & Fire tune. It changes about half-way through, becoming almost dreamlike, or like the music on a "Save game?" option screen in a Kirby game, but shortly gets dancelike once again. This is probably the most progressive song on this EP, and it is a banger.

So, basically, this was a good soundtrack to my average day. I can dig it.

Anyway, this is very enjoyable music if you really enjoy Goblin's soundtracks for Argento films, as I do, and it definitely sounds retro but with very polished.

colorofmoney91 | 4/5 |

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