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Twin Age



3.83 | 63 ratings

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5 stars Influenced by the prog prime time, these West coast Swedes let creativity and quality song writing flow for this record, with a truly intricate result. I cannot resist the progressive pace and swirling sense of 'Twelve Feet Tall'. Instrumental interplay is here at a high where the mellotron background and especially the genoiusly composed keyboard melodies make this song an earboggling epic. 'Famous Last Words' and 'Sign of my Decline' are other favourites, while 'The Pelican Lie' is a bit more repetitive with a higher rate of unmelodic vocals. Overall, the emotional vocals add to the uniqueness of the band's sound, despite lacking rich resonance. But the instrumental parts with distinct synchronous synth and guitar melodies are clearly the best parts of the album, the essence in this rather majestic masterpiece.
Chalcobalt | 5/5 |


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