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Dead Can Dance


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3.35 | 94 ratings

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3 stars Even on their last album, DCD continued to search new musical forms to deliver their atmospherics to their audience. I must admit that this has been the hardest DCD album for me to get into. As is often the case with experienced bands the tempo has gotten slower, the music is stuffed to the brim with multiple textures of sound and the songs take a lot longer to get to the point. This takes away much of the immediate intensity that we loved DCD for. But if you are patient and play the album a few times as a late-night chill-out before bedtime, it slowly starts revealing its intricate layers of unobtrusive melodies and emotions. 3.5 stars
Bonnek | 3/5 |


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