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|4.0 excellent||The Aspie Fantastie | September 3rd 20|
Another in Clap! Clap!'s great discography. I wish they were all more audibly thematically different, but can't complaint too much, as it still sounds fantastic.
|2.5 average||ajcollins15 | June 19th 20|
Christiano Crisci?s fourth record under the Clap! Clap! Name and in general, it is filled with a mixed bag of results. Some of the tracks here are hard-hitting fusions of African folk music and bouncy UK bass. Both in other instances, it is a dry experiment combining these genres or other genres. However, for Christiano this is no new problem since, for me at least, all his albums fall into this same issue where some tracks work really well, and others don?t work as well. I never can understand what is happening on his records because the first few tracks always grab me in, but as soon as you get towards the middle everything falls down again and I am instantly bored. In some ways, he seems to be taking influence from 90?s UK house seen without keeping all the flair of that scene. I don?t know this album is okay at the end of the day. Will always keep coming back to his music because I really do feel that one day he will figure out this sound and create something spectacular with it, but for now, it?s still the same issue.
|4.0 excellent||ghworin | June 16th 20|
|3.5 great||Sunnyvale CONTRIBUTOR | June 13th 20|
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