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3.59 | 107 ratings

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3 stars Another mellow prog-pop album with emo vocals? OK, they have melodies, they play enough good, but this post brit-pop influenced vocals killing me. Possibly, for complex pop- music they are playing, it is not so bad. So, let say, it is more my problem - I don't like sensitive pop music too much.

To be honest, vocalist is not bad at all, just he sounds as he came from very different genre - he could be a popular pop-singer, I believe. And instrumental pieces sound much better on this album.

Again, it is more question of taste, I believe. If you like pop-rock with professional arrangements, some electronics, heavily influenced by Radiohead, Starsailor, etc, with sweet vocals, some emotional drama and not too much rock in this mix, possibly you will enjoy this music. For me, it is just another average quality pop-oriented product.

Around 2,5.

snobb | 3/5 |


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