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Mutiny In Jonestown



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3 stars This album is ... maybe ... 27th studio-recorded album by one of the most proactive artists and simultaneously one of delightful proggers (also in Progarchives!) Dennis MONTGOMERY also known as MUTINY IN JONESTOWN released in 2017, for a tribute to HP Lovecraft. Not known HP at all, but this creation tells me how he is active, aggressive, and acrobatic (!) versatile musician - all instruments are synchronized and matured for our ears. Pretty amazing. And one more, his material is a tad bluesy, cold-hearted, and sombre via the melody line filled with minor keys. Quite surprising, for his fine smile and lovely character. From the first strike "Dagon" (this track is my pleasure really, also with the last one) he shows colourful sound variations ... the latter phase is clearly for my passion, as if I enjoyed a bottle of red wine with complex, beautiful black-fruit-like flavour created in Yakima Valley. Sadly his voices are not so good though. As a result, this stuff is fantastic for an album on his own. Fine for the audience to enjoy various essence e.g. pop, psychedelic, Neo-symphonic or something. Overall cannot stimulate our shoulder in rapid succession, but I love it, and love him. ;)
DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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