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PERSONAL EFFECTS - PART TWO

Frequency Drift

 

Crossover Prog

3.83 | 81 ratings

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Marty McFly
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Errors and Omissions Team
4 stars When I finished listening Part One, I was left with mixed feelings. I didn't know what to think. Therefore, I expected some kind of revelation from this album. Let's see.

Certainly distinct, emotional and unique female vocals that cooperates perfectly. That's harmony how I like it, that's the right way I like it. Deceit is prime example of how good Prog song should be done. Great guitar solos, multi-instrumental performance, graduating, complexity and also melody. The fact that this is enjoyable, accessible and makes good model for appreciating proves that "Personal Effects p. 2" starts as good as possible.

Bunch of ambient / electronic sounds to accompany this sci-fi like story (or how I like concept albums), even they get tiresome at times (second half of Inside) However, it all changes with Awake where there is not so pleasant, in fact quite annoying rhythm and singing. Put It Down shows neat drum solo and we're slowly closing towards the end of album, end of story that I still doesn't understand so well.

4(+), atmosphere, that's what's going on here dear readers.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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