Ayreon - The Universal Migrator part two: Flight Of The Migrator CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

3.61 | 343 ratings

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5 stars The second part is completely different in this occasion the Colonizador is involved in the final trip since I oxygenate that it reduces to him already is insufficient so that lives, single reduces the sufficient thing for some then moments makes the decision to beyond make the trip of the time of the man at the beginning of everything even of the time, for this trip with progressive a metallic sound set the standard to us for a full trip of density beginning with the theory of the BigBan and continuing with the creation of black holes and stars, to finish with the formation of the Solar System and the trip finishes with the integration of the Conqueror to the final conquest the death, impressive work and perhaps the final work of level that Arjen could develop in this case if there are more hands in the creation of the music, unexpected but pleasant characteristics that I am pleased more, although it wanted to continue with the gust of wind obtained with a sequel specialized in the metal but it does not obtain the level of this, some things that one considers insurmountable with time reaffirms that me said my Edgar friend to it and in this case I believe that it is thus, all conceptual work must be listened to like one, this work complements that tranquillity of part one and magnifies the sound of part two.
Shelket | 5/5 |


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