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A Working Model

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Way of Life (9:29)
2. Apparatus (3:55)
3. Sneeze, Swallow, Exhale, Blink (7:10)
4. Procession (7:17)
5. A Fool's Hope (5:51)
6. Surreal (5:30)
7. Mechanics (7:00)
8. Escape Artist (5:52)
9. Grotesque (6:30)
10. The Light (5:55)

Total Time: 64:29

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Line-up / Musicians

- Kenny Mis / guitar
- Chris Lawrence / vocals, guitar
- Tim Lawrence / bass
- Rob Logan / drums

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CD Independent (2006)

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Review by Marty McFly
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3 stars So time has come for Marty, to pop his head out of bunker and face new album to review. Listed as Experimental, yet vocals are similar to this type used in Alternative Rock bands (or even Punk Rock vocals?), but guitars here play quite complex melody, which treats listener very well. They're fresh, as a morning strawberries are (just joking, I meant pomeranče, which is Czech term for oranges, or should I said pomegranates, which can easily explode, or couldn't it ?).

Nah, this music is fine (remember ? evil Bender from Futurama), even not providing something completely new (I mean revolution), but continues in tradition, improving here and there something. First half of this record sounds better than second half and some listeners may hear patterns already used before. This may (or may not, depends on your taste) be something you'll like, last track is also interesting, because it's not just piece thrown to the end, but it's truly graduating, ending song.

Dark sound is what can be heard here. And pathos from vocal work.

3(+), slight rating upwards, or downwards is possible, it depends on your taste and how you like exact elements that forms this - dark sound, alt rock/punk rock vocals. I'm not disappointed, just not so much moved.

Thanks Olaf.

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