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3.60 | 45 ratings

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JgX 5
4 stars what a good album is this..simply perfectly,,obviusly reminds a lot of dream theater,but better in this time,is like the album that dream theater never done... but is okay.. this album contains a lot of power sections and a lot of vocals...the sound of the drums are very also good with a touch of energy that make a good one..whoe makes me wake up in a very situation ! i will talk about the songs i think are the better ones on this elegant album.. clockwork_:is the perfect choice to be the first song on this album,the intro songs like yes but more new and the next sections looks pretty good,and in the middle onf the song have a fast section type like DT... short time news:o god!,i love the solo section and the piece of music,these guys play very inteligent music,this song have a very good chorus,,god song anyway.. all i need:what a great song,good chorus,very sentimental song,but a good song... FLOW:the best song on this album i thinbk,have everything to be the perfect one on this record,to the beginning to the end is a masterpiece pf song..the vocals.all the instruments are very amazing each other.. a good good record..highly recommended to a guys who loves dream theater but,listen:images and words awake,turbulence and metropolis,the new ones nope nope...

keep on the good work dream scape..

JgX 5 | 4/5 |


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