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SHOOT EVERY GHOST

Tom Slatter

 

Crossover Prog

3.00 | 2 ratings

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Epignosis
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3 stars 'Shoot Every Ghost' is a gentle acoustic song with light percussion. The main guitar rings out clearly and sweetly. However, the muddy electric guitar in the background doesn't suit the rest of the music, rather adding a layer of noise. The vocals have a slightly undependable singer-songwriter quality here, singing words that seem to describe the ultimate, unforgiving end of a relationship. The contrast here is that of warm and inviting music paired with cold and pitiless lyrics. 'Shoot Every Ghost' is a decent and appealing single that beckons me toward Tom Slatter's other works. It makes one wonder what he can do in the context of a full album.
Epignosis | 3/5 |

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