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David Maxim Micic

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4 stars 4.5 stars, this album is incredible! Fans of all instrumental music should check this out, although this is certainly a guitar album first and foremost, David Maxim Micic is adventurous enough to keep his music interesting no matter what you are looking for. We start with a nice intro, strings and choir at first but quickly introduced to a jazzy guitar sound and a vocal melody that will return later on(this album features a fair bit of vocals but no words). The production here is particularly of note, these songs sounds great. By the time you are through being impressed by "Someone Else's Hat", "Living Room" starts off with a great riff before heading off into several wild guitar solos, and Beaver Moon calms us right down with what is, from my interpretation, a bass and autotuned vocal number. I also really like "Damar" with a lead that I believe is a voice, and a keyboard-dominated middle section that is a lot of fun. The absolute highlight here is the title track, I couldn't believe it as it kept on going, it features heavy riffs, that sweet bass time we get several times on this album, gorgeous guitar passages and really nice vocals that harken back to the intro. This is a must for anyone looking for a guitar player who thinks outside the box, or if you are looking for a modern approach to instrumental prog rock in the vein of Mike Oldfield
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