The Prophecy

Ninja Sex Party - The Prophecy
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October 16, 2020 / Release Date
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This album is basically what you would expect from NSP. A funny electro rock and synthpop album, but the humor is at its lowest and the music is the most focused. The humor of this album is not exactly bad, it's still pretty decent, but it's not as funny as their other albums. I still laugh at this album, but I would laugh more if I listened to their other albums. Aside from that, this was just good.

The music on here is actually some of their best and ... read more
I’ve been a fan of NSP for many years, both in their musical careers and personal lives through Game Grumps, Starbomb, and other ventures. Their marriage of 80s rock and comedy has always been lovable, but rarely are their actual musical talents the star of the show. However, since adding TWRP as their backing band for their last album, their sound has improved greatly, although the goofiness of their early instrumentals is no longer present.

Despite this, The Prophecy is arguably ... read more
This album feels so similar to their other works and that's what really holds it back. It has some good things, such as instrumentals which sound great and Dan's voice which is great as ever but the songs all feel repetitive and the lyrics feel uninspired. However the thing keeping this from being a 5 or a 4 is the fantastic starting track, The Mystic Crystal. It might be their best work to date at an impressive 11 minutes
If you like Ninja Sex Party, you'll like this album. Pretty much exactly what you'd expect from them at this point. I enjoyed "The Mystic Crystal" as it's another longer, story-based tune like the previously released "6969". I also really enjoyed "Welcome to My Parents' House" and the skits were quite funny and broke up some of the monotony, but the rest if the album just feels incredibly "samey". I do hope they mix things up a bit more in the future.
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Added on: May 23, 2020