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SILENCE OF ANOTHER KIND

Paatos

 

Crossover Prog

3.27 | 63 ratings

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evenless
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3 stars Quote from www.paatos.com : After some touring around Europe, Paatos starts working on their third album, Silence of Another Kind, released spring 2006. From touring more and more, the music started to take on a slightly heavier tone, something which affected the music on this recording. The love for mesmerizing trans-like grooving landscapes was still there, but also the wish to create strong contrast.

I agree with most of the previous reviews on this site about "Silence Of Another Kind". I didn't read anything about PAATOS's third album and just got it as soon as it was available, because I was very pleased with their debut album "Tmeloss", and I even found their second album "Kallocain" even better!

I hope it is just because I haven't heard "Silence Of Another Kind" as often yet as their predecessors, but I am afraid that this album is just of lesser quality and a bit more boring indeed. I completely loved the new direction of progressive "folk" rock that this band started out with, but like some other bands the magic on their third album seems gone. For newcomers to PAATOS: don't start with this one, but "play safe" and get "Timeloss" or "Kallocain".

Unfortunately I can rate this album as 3 stars only.

evenless | 3/5 |

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