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Pseudo/Sentai - Y.A.B.A.T. CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

4.08 | 3 ratings

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4 stars To say any PSEUDO/SENTAI record is non-essential is BLASPHEMOUS. The world will rue the day their stars get below four. Proudly, that has not happened yet. With songs like "What is My Armed Nemesis?" and "Babylawn" under their belts, it can be safely said that I was right. That PSEUDO/SENTAI IS the real deal. Prog rock has come back with a vengeance! I'll never stop listening to their musical endeavors. A fact my ears greatly appreciate. However, it goes without saying, my reviews will become redundant. And for that, this is Orcus' last PSEUDO/SENTAI review. Unless I am compelled to talk about their newly appointed five-star status, I will refrain from coining phrases and putting forth my two cents. The reason why they haven't received five stars from me yet is because, oddly enough, something's missing. From what I've gathered through this site and Bandcamp, Scrapes and Y.A.B.A.T. are only 'Excellent Additions' and not 'Essentials' because, with all considerations, a computer can only carry two people so far without needing more bipedal understudies. Thankfully, a drummer has said to have been with this band, nay, this PRODIGY for some time now. I will listen to that addition in no time flat. And as recently as a couple of weeks ago, a bassist has also been said to have joined the band. HALLELUJAH! Prog rock WILL survive! And Orcus will live on.
tehdevilsritehand | 4/5 |


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