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Joćo Paulo
3 stars The begining of the electronic Pop with the new music movement. The music is not the musician performance but the studio performance. Japan is an example of this context that give a comercial context but not quality. How many other artists done this movement? David Bowie, and all 80 decade groups that begin with a high quality music and change to a comercial and not interesting music. This album it's nothing special. Some parts are a litle spacey but the hearth of this album it's a pop comercial songs. I don't like this change and the electronic adiction to made music. I like some electronic works but with musicians with inspiration but this is not this work. 3 stars for the spacey parts but this is not a good stuff
Joćo Paulo | 3/5 |


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