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The Reign of Kindo

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2.89 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Thrill of the Fall (4:07)
2. Now We've Made Our Ascent (3:13)
3. Symptom Of A Stumbling (4:01)
4. Bullets In The Air (2:45)
5. Flowers By The Moon (3:39)
6. Nightingale (2:56)
7. Blistered Hands (1:45)
8. Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind (4:16)
9. Comfort In The Orchestration (4:17)
10. City Lights & Traffic Sounds (1:59)
11. Battling The Years (3:46)
12. Soon It Shall Be (2:06)
13. Psalm (3:46)

Total Time 42:36

Line-up / Musicians

Joseph Secchiaroli - Vocals/Guitar
Steven Padin - Drums/Vocals
Danny Pizarro, Jr.; Piano
Michael Carroll - Guitar/Percussion/Sizes
Jeffery Jarvis - Bass/Vocals

Releases information

Candy Rat Records

An 8-bit remix of the studio album "This is What Happens"

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THE REIGN OF KINDO This is Also What Happens ratings distribution

(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(14%)
Good, but non-essential (43%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (43%)

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Review by Andy Webb
3 stars Only a little superfluous.

With the recent release of This is What Happens, apparently The Reign of Kindo had an idea: let's re-release all our music-- in 8-bit-Nintendo-era video game music form! The album basically goes through the entire album as if it were a video game soundtrack, 8-bit drums, guitars and pianos rocking the whole way. Sure, it definitely has a creative element to it, I mean how many bands re-release their albums in 8-bit form?! But, as I mentioned above, all of this is a little superfluous. I really don't want to listen to Thrill of the Fall like it's the theme to Castlevania, I want to listen to Thrill of the fall like it's actually a song! Overall, the music is still fun and enjoyable, just the entire concept of an 8-bit remix is a little odd and outlandish. 3- stars.

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