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ENOUGH BLAME TO GO AROUND

Disconnect

 

Crossover Prog

4.05 | 142 ratings

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williedawg
5 stars Upon first listen I had kind of a tepid opinion of this album, yet I heard enough hooks to keep me coming back for additional listens. Each time I found something new that I liked of each song. There's much to appreciate here - fine musicianship, thoughtful lyrics, intense moods and atmospheres. The vocals can take a while to get used to, but now after several listens I find myself enjoying the vocals too. There are two epic tracks on here, the first of which is Falling Man which is a wild ride. Love the middle eastern influences in the guitar work as well as the drums & percussion. Almost as impressive is the closing track Twisting The Knife which is perhaps my favorite on the album. Again the guitar work here is quite impressive, calling to mind David Gilmour and at times Roine Stolte. Lovely work on mixing and production, impressive job by an indie band.
williedawg | 5/5 |

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