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3.28 | 55 ratings

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4 stars Wow! I'm not sure where to start but I'll go back to their first album from 2015 called 1975 Tryptych, here is a new band that right out of the gate came out with a 5 star album IMHO, the album consisted of just three (3) songs, one which was over 33 minutes long and it was epic! Five years later and they are back but this time they went in an all new direction, a double CD with twenty eight (28) songs as a concept album that reminds me of Pink Floyd's "The Wall" the more impressive thing is, the band now consist of 3 core band members up from 2 band members on the 1st album, what a talent group of minds! There is enough variation in the music to keep you interested but also keeping the songs connected, the music is stitched together nicely, it's a Si-Fi thriller concept album that is set in the future, a drunk scientist found out that his ex-wife a scientist too was murdered, and he find himself thrown into a shady characters world! I don't think I can recall any band that had such a divers first two albums and both are a must! for me they get 5 stars just for the effort alone, but the music and the story line is 5 stars for sure! Enjoy!
mbzr48 | 4/5 |


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