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Devin Townsend

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3 stars Devin Townsend is an interesting beast when doing acoustic interpretations of his songs, he's never been afraid to tackle his heavier material without an electric guitar, even when it doesn't really work. For this record, you won't be hearing him bust out "Juular" or "Love?," but he does make some gutsy choices, such as "Funeral" off of "Ocean Machine." For the most part, though, he sticks to material that lends itself to acoustic interpretations, consisting mostly of material from "Ki" and "Ghost," so this release appeals mostly to fans of the new age side of Devin. For the crowd-pleaser, he finishes it off with his "More Than Words-esque" ballad, "Ih-Ah!" A soft treat for the fanatical DevHead.
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