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The Season Standard


Eclectic Prog

3.53 | 9 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars This album is weird. Its source of inspiration actually is weirdness. For example it's like something in between good old "Inca Roads" by Zappa and good new "Abigail's Questions" by Beardfish. Together with a lot of other sounds - mostly disharmonic ones, noise (rarely) and really weird (again) stuff. It's jazz as far as I hear, funky, more rocking one with addition of vocals that reminds me nice (but mostly unknown) USA band "The Source".

3(-), because I don't feel so good about this. Of course, experimentations are good, but there should be limits. It's thin line between being pleasant to listen (melodic/brutal, depending on your taste) and total nonsense (OK, Monty Pythons are nonsensical, but they do it very well, hehe).

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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