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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Не успел
02. Заложники Слов
03. Утратив свои последнии свет
04. Мифы и сны
05. Ничто Ни дорого таk...
06. Ответов, которых нет
07. SAW: How much blood would you shed to stay alive?
08. Бриллиантовые Дороги
09. Смысл которого [Больше нет] remix

Total Time 36:12

Line-up / Musicians

- Senmuth / Guitars, Programming

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self released

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by Conor Fynes
2 stars 'No More Sense' - Senmuth (3/10)

The third album of Senmuth's to follow a strictly industrial metal approach (the first two being the debut 'Cognitive Discord' and the second being 'Precession,') 'No More Sense' is a pretty dissapointing recycle of a style Senmuth has already covered from head to toe. While the music is still well produced as Industrial music goes, the songwriting and performance here feels very lackluster, especially considering there are two albums done before this that go down the very same path, and do a much better job of providing an enjoyable listening experience.

Perhaps it is just me tiring of the same driving, distorted electronic metal that Senmuth has based his early career around, but it feels like almost all of the material here has already been done by Senmuth before, to varying extents. It is certainly not the sign of a strong album, when the most enjoyable track is an electronic remix of a song from 'Cognitive Discord.' While the album before this 'Precession,' seemed to act like a shadow to the debut record, it had a few tracks and vocal performances which were really impressive and made it a worthy record to check out. 'No More Sense' is possibly the first Senmuth album I've listened to, that doesn't necessarily have anything 'fresh' going on.

While Senmuth may have skill at making very dense soundscaping here, the overwhelming nature of all of the ambience and sounds detracts from the melody and songwriting at heart, making this feel like a pretty uninspired, forgettable listen.

Review by octopus-4
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR RIO/Avant/Zeuhl,Neo & Post/Math Teams
3 stars After 3 albums in which Senmuth was exploring the ways to make a fusion between Industrial and ethnic, inspired to India, Middle East and Far East he is back to the origins.

"No More Sense" appears to be unstructured respect to the previous three albums, even if some links to ethnic music are still present. The sound similar to a bouzuki in the second track, "Utrativ Svet" has that flavour. In the less chaotic parts it may be a metal version of a Yanni's song. When Senmuth doesn't sing, of course.

I continue to see an improvement in the melodies respect to his debut. When noise and obsessive percussions are down he can be very melodic.

What I don't like in this album are the sudden changes. All the tracks are disconnected one from each other. Not that the others were concept albums, at least I'm not able to appreciate if they were as I don't understand either in what language he sings. Likely Russian and sometimes English, maybe.

But there are also very interesting tracks like the screamed "Saw". I don't know if there's any relationship with the omonimous horror movie, but screams and some words that I'm able to catch seem to confirm. Another good track is "Otvetov Net". Each time Senmuth gives up to the industrial noise he shows all his songwriting skills. Also the passage to the following track is not so sudden and disconnected.

The last highlights are Diamond Road, that's also the longest track of the album and Obratni Process (new). The first with some middle East flavour, the second quite close to disco.

Not the best Senmuth ever, but not bad.


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