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Lunatic Soul


Crossover Prog

3.89 | 183 ratings

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4 stars What's to be said about Lunatic Soul in general? It's a wondrous place where Mariusz Duda musically has a rest from Riverside. Sometimes he also takes a rest from progressive music at all in that magic place, especially on the two earliest albums (self-titled debut and Lunatic Soul II). Now, with the fifth album from Lunatic Soul, Mariusz Duda takes a rest from music on the whole, at least in three tracks, Blood On The Tightrope, Anymore and Battlefield. So-called electronic music is insidious in some respects. Those three tracks could be considered a top of perfection for (exempli gratia) Prodigy, but for Mariusz Duda it's too easy job, parole d'honneur. Especially after the brilliancy and splendour of Walking On A Flashlight Beam (Lunatic Soul 4th). Electronic music from the leader of Riverside is expected to be as rich and magnificent as on Eye Of The Soundscape. Fortunately, the title track, Moving On and especially A Thousand Shards Of Heaven pull the album up and make it another interesting chapter in Duda's musical life story.
proghaven | 4/5 |


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