Yes - 90125
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90125
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Mar 19, 2020
63
This album is perfect for a quarantine 2 people home office, quite pleasant but it doesn't get in the way. Maybe that's not a compliment.
Feb 24, 2020
69
There is an insane amount of potential in this duo, you can absolutely feel it. But to me, this debut album resides on the surface a little too much. Be it lyrically, experimentally or style wise (either way could work), I feel OTHERLiiNE could heavily profit from pushing the boundaries a little bit more. They've certainly got the skill to do so.
Jan 23, 2020
64
When I would run into this band on the street, I would probably dance my ass off. However for some reason, playing this over my speakers or headphones, I am already tired of it after one track. I love a saxophone played well, don't get me wrong, but outside of jazz I don't think it should serve as the lead instrument over a span of more than one track.
Jan 22, 2020
70
I am slightly surprised that Turnstile's audience cannot appreciate this set of remixes. But then again, maybe I shouldn't be. Admiteddly, this record has a really small target audience: people who like techno, are OK with hardcore style screaming, and don't mind autotune on top of that. I guess I fall into that category, and even I won't give it more than a 7/10. Having read this, you will at least know what you're getting into.
Jan 11, 2020
87
Leprous was already known for its stylised form of progressive metal on Tall Poppy Syndrome (2009) and Bilateral (2011), but Coal (2013) put its unique sound on display like never before. It will not be to everyone's liking, especially regarding the high-pitched, sometimes operaesque, clean vocals. But it has to be acknowledged that Coal was a milestone for songwriting in progressive metal.
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