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SOMEONE HERE IS MISSING

The Pineapple Thief

 

Crossover Prog

3.56 | 252 ratings

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Marty McFly
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Errors and Omissions Team
4 stars In time where everyone (and everything) sounds like clone of someone else, be it Gabriel, Wilson or Anderson (Ian), I realized that I'll rather not pay attention (much) to these traits and in my reviews and music approach, I will be more focused on how actual music sounds (not like what) and how I like it.

Pineapple Thief is beast of burden for me. This means that it should be good, but the result is only partially right in achieving this status.

Annoying programming is opposite of being helpful, but fortunately, it's not heard so often. Songs are melodic and pleasant, there's not problem on my side. Reminding Gazpacho (their Night album, only in a little bit faster pace) and Muse to some extent, but there is bigger acoustic feeling.

After spending few hours of listening this CD and thinking what to write here, I've decided that this could be all that I wanted to say. This album is interesting, there's no dispute in this matter. I think that it will attract most of listeners.

4(-), could be better if not for all this electrification business that I simply couldn't take so well.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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