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4.00 | 29 ratings | 1 reviews | 22% 5 stars

Excellent addition to any
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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Premonition (Beginning of A Desert of Human) (2:05)
2. A Desert of Human (3:16)
3. Commit Ballad (4:05)
4. The World According To (3:26)
5. My Little Wish (3:59)
6. Song Silly (5:02)
7. Boyo (4:16)
8. Time Goes (1:41)
9. オトトタイミングキミト (3:28)
10. G.O.O.D L.U.C.K (3:23)
11. Because I Hear You (4:41)

Total Time: 39:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Yamazaki Hirokazu / guitar
- Mino Takaaki / guitar, mixing
- Yamane Satoshi / bass
- Kashikura Takashi / drums

- Nakamura Ke Issac / keyboards
- Chara / lead vocals (3)
- Olivia Burrell / lead vocals (6)
- S.L.A.C.K. / rap vocals (8)
- Kimura Kaela / vocals (9)
- Kumi Maya Ayaya & kids / vocals (10)
- Hironori Yuzawa "U-Zhaan" / tabla (10)

Releases information

CD Machu Picchu Industries XQIF-1007 (2015 Japan)
CD White Noise Records WN1012 (2015 Hong Kong)
CD Topshelf Records TSR136 (2015 US)
LP Topshelf Records TSR136 (2015 US)

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TOE Hear You ratings distribution

(29 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(26%)
Good, but non-essential (26%)
Collectors/fans only (19%)
Poor. Only for completionists (7%)

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Review by LearsFool
5 stars A spectacular Japanese math band, Toe here have shifted away from their sort of standard and at times post leaning math to a minimalistic and poppy take on the genre that reaps many unexpected rewards. The complex riffs are light, and feed a collection of tracks that are catchy, relaxing, and often pretty. They pull off some great instrumental cuts, and have chosen only the best guest artists to sing on various others, avoiding the all too common pitfall of featured spots in modern music that create out of place and disastrous results. "G.O.O.D. L.U.C.K." is the best of the tracks with guests, not just having a great vocal set but with the great Japanese percussionist U-zhaan providing traditional drums as part of a killer instrumental backing for the aforementioned vocals. Also on the top flight for this record are the first three tracks, which string together into a beautiful opening sequence. An altogether excellent album that looks set to bring their greatness to a fairly wider audience, there's something here for crossover fans as well as math fans.

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