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Andrew Roussak


Symphonic Prog

3.14 | 13 ratings

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3 stars Andrew Roussak is a russian keybordist moved to Germany years ago where he become profesional musician. It's a real good keybordist from today whre his skills melted very well with melodical and smooth arrangements. he is also member in progressive metal band from germany Dorian Opera. His first studio album from 2006 named No trespassing is a good album, where his ideas are well puted in musical arrangements. he is helped by a bunch of guy who to tell the truth never heared of, but did a good job. All album is ok, in some parts even great, specialy the instrumental pieces like Prelude, Wartime Chronicles , great musicianship with beautiful keybords elements. The main aproach to his music is symphonic prog melted with eclectic moments and here and there some more roughr moments aswell. What I don't realy enjoy is the voice of Hendrik Plachtzik, he is ok, but to many times very flat in vocal attitude, I mean he is to shy and his range not realy excellent, but in the end not bad, only ok and nothing more. I like Roussak's keybords escapades in some parts, realy great. So, overall a good album, little to mechanical or sintetic in atmosphere, but not bad realy. 3 stars for sure. He just released in octomber 2010 his second album named Blue intermezzo available at Musea records.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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