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5 stars Trent and Wayne GARDNER and its brother create a disc as or it hoped that it was, different from his predecessor this is not the exception in his previous works EXPLORER´S CLUB or LEONARDO, which the more I like is the combination that obtains the Trent GARNER, that combination that can be obtained between the progressive one, the metal and good musicians, "Symphonette" is beautiful melodía of three keyboards, sounds impressive is one more a sample of than MAGELLAN this to the vanguard this good could be a piece of modern classic music, moment is it. "Why Water Weeds" and "Wisdom", in these songs very calm both, first sounds to a little to THE TANGENT, in fact obtained very boinitas feet enough good, with sufficient adjustments. "Cranium Reef Suite" without a doubt a suite either obtained, a very calm beginning with aNeo-Progresivo sound enough rather, a good work in the quite atmospheric and reconfortantes keyboards, much people criticizes to MAGELLAN, so that it does not have a good work of voices, to which I will say that it is the more important to have a joint very or made as in this it is the case of something enough or done, in fact I am noticing who sutes am very good so that the majority exceeds the 10 minutes as minimum reason why the bands they have the time sufficient to remove his talents to the maximum, it see "Dogs" or "Ritual" of PINK FLOYD and YES, respectively clear that in this rouble there are many examples and many very good, in this the mixture begins later with the continuous liabilities and until the melódico and with a more hard stepped system. "Pianissimo Intermission" a sample very to the YES of its disc "Fragil", this case I am called on to Bach, later to continue with a completely different rate and efusivo with "Doctor Concoctor", it is without you doubt a very good piece that it remembers much the bands to me that occupy sequences I say it by the sound of the battery if it is that it is it, the conclusion it comes with "Every Bullet Needs Blood", is a end adapted for a disc very varied of rates and cadences. It is really a disc that that it did not like to fans of MAGELLAN, but either did not dislike much to them, recommended for which they look for the recommended variety and for which we respected the works of Trent GARNER.
Shelket | 5/5 |


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