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Crossover Prog

3.28 | 334 ratings

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Marty McFly
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2 stars There are few ways how to perceive this album - either deny it completely, for sounding totally weird (and by that I mean that it's weirder than your usual Prog, even more strange than your normal unusual Prog), completely different than their previous work. That's all fine, but then you have to ask yourself, if you're not biased against such radical change. Perhaps, but then you have to think about second way how to feel this album - to think about what is there. Yes, it's different, but that doesn't mean a good thing, when it's done in such a terrible way. I really am starting to indulge an idea that they wanted to try how much terrible stuff they can do and get away with it Then there is a third way, despite all the negatives (and negative feelings I get from listening it), to look for good things, but even "normal" songs like Codex sound too weak and also quite out of place. Then you can go and seek out perfection in the rest of these minimalistic, experimental tunes, but it won't work (for me at least).
Marty McFly | 2/5 |


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