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Seikima-II Frightful Restaurant
This is the darkest, the heaviest, the most boring, the most repetitive Seikima II album. It's just riff after riff after riff, and this riff repeats the entire song! The voice of Kogure was worse than the previous albuns, and the instrumental work is ridiculous and without creativity.
1.5
08.16.14
Aimer Sleepless Nights
No one can deny Aimer's talent. Her voice is sweet, wonderful and full of emotions. With this debut album, she shows us that J-pop can be a very nice musical style. Every moment in this album was very well composed and produced, and there's just two or three boring musics. Aimer's voice is lovely, and I fall in love with it. An album that I can't forget, and I'll remeber it forever.
4.0
08.15.14
Yousei Teikoku Gothic Lolita Agitator
3.0
08.11.14
Yousei Teikoku Gothic Lolita Doctrine
2.5
08.11.14
Granrodeo Instinct
4.5
08.11.14
Granrodeo Ride On The Edge
3.0
08.11.14
Buckethead Propellar
It's a interesting and well composed pike, with emotional and heavy moments put together on the right time. The first track show us this, and the third is a very beautiful piece. However, "Launched" is a huge experimentation that fills much more time than it deserves, and creates an indecision about this album. The last track (very reminiscent from Death Cube K albums) is very interesting, and I like to see more tracks in this style, since Death Cube K is gone. A hard and beautiful album, with some bad moments, and bad moments are common to a lot of albums.
3.0
08.11.14

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