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Ayreon - Universal Migrator, Part 1: The Dream Sequencer CD (album) cover




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5 stars The return of Arjen Anthony LUCASSEN could not be but glorious, with a sequel that enters within the rank of the previous work of science fiction, this time the work speaks of which it is very probable and not like the previous work that is completely fictitious by the concept of the handling of the time as a hypothetical limb of a paradoxical trip, in this occasion speaks to us of of the most probable futures that they have been seen, narrates the history to us of the humanity in small examples of the human life of gradual form beginning with the plegaria of the Colonizador in the Mars planet that I arrive with its family and it is I complete of the human beings since the Earth life I let exist after the War of the 2084 in which the life returned impossible, thus the necessary resources for the subsistence in the Mars planet, as I oxygenate this to exhaust the Migrated one decides to make a trip recreated by the Secuenciador de Sueños, a fantastic creation that allows to recreate passages virtually and to live them, the decision of that trip is to know what all man looks for and that we looked for in the life but that really we forgot and on we raised with the search of the power, the most catastrophic reflection is the destruction of the planet same and selvedge to exilo and extinction of the man by the man, in this reconstruction of the past we see happening the time in regressive form from the beginning of the colonization of the planet Mars, the War that devastated the Earth life, the first trip of the man to the space, happening per historical moments personifying varied personages in which the vocalistas of other bands enter to provide to characters and value to the work, in any case we see things that today we know happened but from the personal perspective and as in almost of an alive image he sees different spaces and search from the lost one of a life that is consumed, in general a work sublimates and for this case a progressive plenty of atmospheres and symphonic passages of first, very recommendable one.
Shelket | 5/5 |


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