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3.23 | 59 ratings

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2 stars Huuum. What to say about this album ?

Not too much, I am afraid. The Swedish scene offered more to the Symphonic/Eclectic genre than theNeo scene. And when you listen to this album, you know exactly that you are not in front of a great work.

Actually, there are no outstanding tracks out here?Influences are difficult to describe, and according to me there are none. A boring tune as ''Give Myself Away'' is just a press next tune as there are so many on this album. It is a difficult exercise to find a highlight on this album.

Some easy listenting tunes like ''It Doesn't Know It'' is probably on the higher edge of this rather weak album. Not because of its great instrumental parts, but only due to some (short) catchy vocals.

This poppish album has really little to offer in terms of prog. The whole is a junk of poor tunes which are really of no interest although the second highlight is the sweet and melodic (somewhat mellow though) ''Looking For Something''as well as the good closing number ''Tiny Salty Drops''.

This whole album is rater difficult to diggest. I was only happy to reach the end of it after almost one hour of very average music? Two stars, no more.

ZowieZiggy | 2/5 |


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