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Marty McFly
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4 stars Maybe Pink Floyd influence (but only influence, not clone), but for example Sugar For Ape doesn't even like influenced by PF, right ? It sounds like some grunge song. Anyway, if PF infl, then it's post-Waters as some may wonder. And maybe more like David Gilmour solo work (On a Island anyone?). Because in contrast to Pink Floyd work, this sounds like pop. But that's my point, we can't compare everything with PF, right ? I already managed to fill this review with Floyd references, so let's return to the music. As I said in previous one (first album), many facts and emotions still are in place. However, this album sounds more experimental, with distinct synth elements, trying to find some way to "improve", or boost their sound. Simply, experimenting.

4(-), slightly worse than their debut album, but I'm not much sure why. I feel it, that's important for me. For you, dear readers, I can only tell you my opinion, throw in some facts to wrap these feelings and let you decide.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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