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Pagan's Mind


Progressive Metal

3.38 | 83 ratings

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3 stars Pagan's Mind lat album to date from 2007 entitled God's equation. This album compared with the predecesors is a little bit of deseppointing, because this one is weaker than last 2 albums they've made so far. They couldn't manage to create a better album than Celestial entrance so far, not even Enigmatic calling doesn't reach the beauty and splendour of Celestial entrance, so this last album is no exception. While is not a bad album as a whole, he doesn't shine with none of the pieces gathered here, not one is in front in particular, all has same level, but not quite a big one in my opinion. The musician performed well and has great skills for sure, but something is missing, there is no more that special feeling about the compositions, only good to listen from time to time. Is hard for me to say that the best piece from here is a cover version of David Bowie - Hellow space boy, very well made in this version - well done guys, but the rest of the pieces are good but no more than that - God's Equation the title track is a little more great then the oher pieces. Si in the end 3 stars, a good one but nothing special, really.Still remains one of my fav prog metal bands from today and hoping for a new album soon, is nearly 2 years since this one.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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