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White Willow


Symphonic Prog

3.56 | 89 ratings

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4 stars A very interesting album, this "Signal to Noise": a nice blend of symphonic prog and pop/rock influences that makes it very accessible and easy to listen, added to some beautiful and evocative vocals. My rating of the single tracks are as follows: 1) Night Surf: 5 stars (undoubtedly a worthy opening track) 2) Splinters: 5 stars 3) Ghosts (instrumental): 4 stars 4) Joyride: 4 stars (even if a little bit too poppy) 5) The Lingering: 4 stars (the interlude part is truly remarkable) 6) The Dark Road: 3 stars 7) Chrome Dawn: 3 stars (also instrumental but quite pointless and certainly not good like the previous one: maybe this is the only weak point of the album) 8) Dusk City: 4 stars (this track reminds me of a fine chocolate filled with strong liquor..) 9) Ararat: 3 stars (a transition track, more than a closing one, actually...quite a strange choice!). The album is overall good and deserves 4 stars (even if not full).

Avtokrat | 4/5 |


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