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2.90 | 19 ratings

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1 stars One piano aided by some synth shares two long pieces of music.

This album goes into the New Age bracket. I am not well educated in that genre. It is always a genre I bypass. New Age music is too one-dimensional for my liking. That can also be said about this album too. The piano is playing some music and the synth chimes in like an alien from planet Mars. The synth does not really add anything to this album but texture for the sake of texture. The synths does not really aids the melodies.

The melodies is lacking quality and real purpose. It is what we critizise a solo guitarist who stands on a stage alone for forty minutes in the front of thousands of people (hi, Jimmy Page) while the rest of the band has gone for a break in the pub down the street. The two songs here are nothing but solos for the sake of solos. There is hardly any dynamics here. Even when the pianist tries out some fast, technical playing. That too does not do this album any good. There are a couple of decent things on this album and I have added a quarter of a point.

To get to my conclusion, go to the pub instead of listening to this album and join the rest of the band.

1 star

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |


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