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RPWL

 

Neo-Prog

3.11 | 79 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars And with what to start if now "damned-by-all" best of (but it's unreleased material and there should be some kind of difference - nobody wants best ofs, because they just collects material from studio albums, but unreleased is far more interesting) from band that seems to be recommended by everyone, yet having their ratings around 3-4 (so not 4-5). Also, this can serve as my first review in 2010. I planned to write this before midnight, but well, I fell asleep. And this album is very interesting. I know just this one, so I can't compare (and this makes reviewing unique, I'm not obliged to know everything, but it helps) with their studio albums, but I know one thing for sure. This is not bad album and remember, it's my starter. Unreleased material as starter, but it end up pretty well, as I like these songs. Now I can hear this reason that made them unreleased. I wouldn't call it neo-prog, as it's mostly calm music with a lot of acoustic parts (I call it "no-wild-zone"). With pleasant vocals (something I sometimes fail to hear with German bands, you know why).

4(-), but after all, this is a good album. Looking forward to their studio albums

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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