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Kensuke Ushio Devilman Crybaby OST
Def some of the better darksynth music I've heard in a long while. CD1 acts as the party-centric half (at least from Buddy, Ryo and onward) while CD2 sounds more melancholic & introspective. The longer tracks on average sound better than the majority of the shorter tracks. In doing so, most of the better short songs are found on CD2. CD1's best tracks can be found in the first and final third of their tracklist while CD2's highlights can be found from the second half and onward (although CD2's first third isn't really bad). Makes me miss some of my former glory days of industrial trance music.
3.5
07.03.19
Soundtrack (Anime) Serial Experiments Lain OST Cyberia Mix
This soundtrack offers occasional flairs of decent techno and house music but the remixes are not worth revisiting too often.
3.0
07.02.19
Nakaido Reichi Serial Experiments Lain OST
I like the variety offered in here. Too bad the opening theme (Duvet by BOA) isn't included. Otherwise a nice blend of alternative rock, blues, and electronica soundscapes. The anime itself is also God-tier, if you enjoy the serial, cerebral, and mind f-ery.
3.5
07.02.19
Bob Marley and The Wailers Exodus
Outside of the title track, the first half of this album pales in comparison to the record's second half. A minor track rearrangement could do this album a favor. That's perhaps the one thing that keeps this album tied w/ their Catch A Fire effort.
4.0
06.27.19
Dub Trio IV
This is not the reggae you've been looking for... Instead you've found a pretty solid alternative punk (instrumental) album. It shares the same schizophrenic energy as Sweet Trip's Velocity:Design:Comfort album which is a plus in my ears.
3.5
02.28.19
Dub Trio Another Sound Is Dying
Out of the first three records this is definitely their most aggressive outfit at the cost of discarding their latent reggae origins where the "dub" comes off as garden variety electronica.
3.0
02.28.19
Dub Trio New Heavy
Basically the "harder rock" aggressive sophomore album for this act. Sadly Mike Patton sings on only one track during the first half, fades toward the middle, but begins picking back up again after track 7. Def better than their first album.
3.0
02.27.19

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