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GOD HAS FAILED

RPWL

 

Neo-Prog

3.44 | 145 ratings

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3 stars 01. Hole In The Sky Part 1: Fly Part 2: Crawl To You A bang, as if they were voices of films, and a fingering that Floyd is not know what there is (laughs). The keyboards imitating violins, a footprint at the same time Neo former, identical to the voice of David Gilmour, but the few who learn to distinguish. One of those refrões short but certeiros. And every time the dialogues comes into play, which gives a very warm feeling, that's the truth, listen to this track gives me the feeling of home. The guitar has the timbre of Karlheinz perfect for the climate.

02. Who Do You Think We Are This is totally out the top and George Harrison tune, Beatles on vocals. Man, this band is the best that could have influence. A climate sensational from start to finish.

03. Wait Five Years Beautiful guitar, vocals in the background, as if they were being sung by some extra ground, an angel (at least is the impression I have). Then the music takes you.

04. What I Need ... Leaving Sensational, it's time to open the shop, sounds, and guitar ... fingering with orchestra. Beautiful!

05. What I Need ... What I Need The guitar around here, but with a voice and a slightly acute impeccable interpretation of the great Yogi. Chorus full of emotion and vocal, even I am impressed how the songs are beautiful. When the battery from Phil and Chris to come down in the song the whole thing is already won (laughter), because we won.

06. In Your Dreams One more fully Floyd, but without crisis. Though I do not love the stage Floyd / Gilmour with RPWL staff is excellent! I would say that the band followed the steps of the gang. Excellent voice and the melodies of half do it, soon after the 'conversation', also another strong point of the disc, the various dialogues and in the middle of songs. The low and simple way to striking unintentionally command the whole thing, while the keyboards give the tone and melodic guitar all the beauty of the battery while the whole sustenção that they need. Final surprising as it should be.

07. It's Alright This one is almost a soul / pop, but do not be fooled by its nature is excellent. Basically, the bottom of the rock is good and full of details you find out with fascinating melody.

08. Crazy Lane Again the villain (or would be guitar, laughing) the story begins a track and full of emotional climates. And again the chorus timeless and brilliant, full of simple melodies that touch the soul background, in a way that only the best bands / composers can.

09. Fool Fool begins as a ballad. What continues to the end (more laughter), but an excellent way to tell if ticket. Some bodies are highlighted in the final.

10. Hole In The Sky Part 3: The Promise Birds logo of guy, a great way to start, then the guitar melody of the first part of the theme (since this is the third party) enter and recognize the man. This time it's time to mourn their sorrows guitar without fear. 11. Spring Of Freedom Spring Life begins (pardon me the pun), and with it the sound full of line breaks for guitar and bass striking. I think that something sensational sounds and noises in the middle of songs.

12. Farewell Many of synthesizer chords of this range would be excellent at any sound, gives the incredible support all the rest, little attention in such details, but get them from now see, everything collapses. A great song!

13. God Has Failed An outcome worthy of his position, a mixture of the season The Final Cut (the sad melodies and bucolic), with a bid later, full of pianos and guitars. Very nice! This disk is for being heard or two, or a good state of mind, because it is quiet, beautiful and without a shadow of doubt pearl.

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