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REVOLU$ION

Nemo

 

Eclectic Prog

3.86 | 291 ratings

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Jadittir
5 stars It's been so long since my last review. After 2 full days of listening to this album, I decide to give this record a review.

CAVEAT. Firstly, I don't speak french. So basically I understand nothing about the meaning and plan not to comment about them. Secondly, this is only my second album from Nemo (first one is Barbares which I love it) hence again I know nothing about the band. I bought the record solely from my great experience with Barbares.

Now about R?volu$ion. One word: Spectacular. Nemo has been classified as Eclectic Prog band. That is wholly correct classification for Barbares but not this one. To me, R?volusion sounds much more like a fusion of neo-heavy Prog (ans a bit of Prog Metal.) The musicality is very refreshing and powerful. Great catchy melody while could retain all of the progginess...and pretty much hardhitting electric guitar riffs and solo. It's clear from this album that the guitar plays a major role here. However, it and all sound great. All songs/styles/instruments glue well together. Sublime sound engineering and production. Nothing short of perfection.

I like this album much more than Barbares and consider this album a strong contender of 2011 album fo the year. Full 5 stars

Jadittir | 5/5 |

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