Paatos - Timeloss CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.86 | 114 ratings

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4 stars "I'm a flower, smell me." With that description makes its Petronella's beautiful voice in the second track Hypnotique, accompanied by soft music that goes in crescendo as the song progresses. Towards the end, the guitar takes over with some catchy lines, well seconded by the flute and the rest of the band. Quits is a percussionist and programmer composition huxflux Nettermalm, and this can be seen in the performance, battery dominates in a fast paced, well accompanied by bass guitar of Dimle, and all the arsenal deployed by keyboardist Wallén. In the last four minutes we hear a trumpet style Crimson. Sensor opens the album with a leading mattress mellotron and energetic singing Nettermalm Petronella, closing with Moog style riffs. Téa is an intimate song, a soft piano provides the basis for the singing in Swedish, accompanied by an arpeggiated guitar, mellotron again appears to move in the same sections stronger. They are Beautiful is more intimate yet, but a fascinating beauty.
sinslice | 4/5 |


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