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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.90 | 55 ratings

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5 stars This is my very first attempt to write a review, so I hope I will not as many english mistakes I am afraid I am going to do. What has impressed me more about this album are two things, mainly: sounds and the way songs (a bit "reductive" as term, but I could not find any better) are composed. I have had the impression that all this album might sound a bit "vintage" (just to recall mellotron in a pair of passages) but as matter of facts, Stereokimono has spent a lot of time researching sounds that might perfectly fit all the songs (and I personally love the Mellotron sounds). Furthermore, all their songs flow naturally, with a clear beginning and a clear end, instead of many "progressive composers" who might t think that writing some songs with odd signatures sounds "prog". Those guys have also found time and money to invest in this project, and all the great influences they have, have been greatly merged in this album. Great work, for me 5 over 5.


Robaerus | 5/5 |


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