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Devil Doll


Heavy Prog

3.80 | 85 ratings

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3 stars A vision unrefined. Though I found this before The Sacrilege of Fatal Arms, it is not my personal favorite, it feels as if Mr. Doctor was trying to cram as much into the 'song' as he could, which doesn't give the subject justice. The transitions feel awkward, such as towards the end where it abruptly concludes with the choir - never really worked for me. Its refinement in the reworking shows just how important pacing is in the working of musical pieces such as Devil Dolls. Musically, all the potential of a great piece is there, it just needed reordering and proper pacing to give it the musical direction of Devil Dolls follow up masterwork.
Renkls | 3/5 |


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