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3.87 | 201 ratings

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5 stars Short and easy. I like listening to eastern Europe bands 'cause they bring fresh flavors different from mainstream anglophile sounds. This is not the case here, but does not matter: how good it is when great musicians play great music! This album is full of textures, lots of great synth layers, delicate drums that really improve the composition (and that is not frequent: Szadkowski is superb here), and some guitar moments. The voice is bland but does not hurt, it fills discreetly. It is one of those albums that can make it without voice; even transitions are full of ideas. You'll find more and more at every new listening. Themes are blended, a great idea to make a long epic when there are no fillings to spoil it. You may drop "Midnight Snow" and the album can be listened eyes closed all in one go till a great subtle end in "Children". A masterpiece to cherish, no doubt.
poito | 5/5 |


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