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|3.0 good||RoundOnEndHiInMiddle | October 14th 15|
I think what makes Namidae such a great album is the notion that it's long, but it doesn't feel long. You have a lot of fun while hearing it. That's not to say Reveurt has no fun moments, but they're not as frequent, and the album certainly feels like it's an hour and seventeen minutes. The sound here is more gothic than its successor, and it sounds just a bit more thin as well. Tracks like "Ama" and "Lini" are ultimately fantastic, but it's no coincidence that those two are two of the shorter songs here. The longer ones feel very drawn out and unsatisfying, which is definitely an issue on an album of this length. The vocals are still good, and the overall musicianship is very good, but the songwriting and pace of the album is surely a detriment to the whole product. It's comforting to know that they worked out the kinks and made a truly great album in the years following this.
|4.5 superb||hachi | November 13th 14|
You can feel how much thought and emotion has been embedded into the music, it's wonderful.
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