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Twin Age



3.83 | 63 ratings

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4 stars How difficult it is to earn a place of respect and acceptance in the world of art music, especially progressive field!

After editing a more than acceptable debut, the band wrote and recorded this excellent album. Which was received with great indifference, considering the quality. Obviously, the band sound wrapped in a diverse and discernible influence of other gender. Beyond that, it sounds dynamic, balanced, flexible, and more originality than other projects that have received much more attention.

This could not better start with Twelve Feet Tall, led by Kilborn prowess on keyboards and the distinctive voice of Johan Hansson. The Pelican Lie is the other track that is over 10 minutes long, and includes good melodies and performances too, a suite with energetic and gentle passages. The remaining songs follow the same pattern, albeit a bit shorter, highlighting Famous Last Words as superior.

Hansson Jorgen's work on drums is remarkable, as guitars executed by L÷wenadler. Do not dismiss after a couple of auditions, is an album that I enjoy for more than 10 years and is worth paying attention to.

sinslice | 4/5 |


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