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Symphonic Prog

3.61 | 26 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars This is somehow worse, than their other releases. And we'll spend this entire review with finding out what it can be. So let's dive into waters of unknown, submerge our prog (and also freshly painted by yellow colour) submarine and swim around in this sea of so called symphonic music. Because it's somehow bad. There indeed is something fishy that makes this stench, this foul smell that destroys it all. I think that it's pathetic element, it sounds like parody on sympho/neo prog a little bit. Some parts at least. I don't understand it, album that they released before was perfect, but this one, lost something, somehow. Somewhere in process of making, of ideas that stood at the beginning of creation process. Even maintaining their average quality (which means very good), this is weighted down. It sounds like early 80's for bands that were famous in 70's. Change of direction, where band wants to head. Even in case of "The Bridge Of Light" it worked perfectly.

4(-), I'm afraid that even I can at least a little bit enjoy this, there's somethin' bad (as I numerously pointed out already). Proto stage of their new sound, still in development.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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