There is no bass to be heard or any other instruments. The different roles of instruments just sort of fade in and fade out. The bass remains nonchalant but has a nice tone. The drum march continues unabated. Yet another lengthy funk attack on this endless multi-disc release. The tones are clean, warm and friendly and it only sputters along at a mid-tempo pace. Amazingly all of these titles fit the bill fairly well that presumably would even delight the chicken loving creator.
More than half way through the bass becomes more melodic and less jazzy. This is really a musical trojan horse trying to take control of our brains. Nothing has changed on the studio workers, but this album sounds different. It just gets weirder and weirder as the guitar solo sounds processed and the tempo is sped up and slowed down while the clunky electronic video game simulations unfold around them. The guitar joins in and does fancy little licks with pauses in between. This is probably the loooooooongest uninterrupted guitar solo i've ever heard and the energy level remains intense for the 15 minute duration.
Unfortunately after all those wickedly cool tracks, this one seems rather mediocre. Melodic and peppy without being too energetic. Guitar riffs are aplenty as are solos. Posted Thursday, November 1, 2018 Review 2051376. Not unexpectedly, guitar solos emerge here and there trading off with the riffs.
You still get the classical rhythms guitar and electric solo, but not only. Review Summary: It will take you somewhere far from your troubles, and relax you to the point of happiness even when everything else around you feels sad. What is a good solo? This is basically a little improv number that has no real purpose but gets really weird as it ends. I discovered him a couple of years ago when I was looking for experimental Rock, this is exactly what you get with this guy. While a funk bass prances around, the guitar is bluesy and distorted. It was worth the wait but this one is a winner. Percussion is rather tinny with a guitar that is trying to be jazzy with a funky beat to it.
This one is just weird really as it changes into a series of weird electronic noises, avant-garde guitar work and tinny percussion twangs but turns up to the same bigbeat mix that started it. Avant-garde and angular rhythms dual it out with jarring synthesized horror film soundtrack type ambience. After three minutes the guitar gets brave and starts soloing. The first one sounds exactly like it was taken from Electric Tears and has nothing outstanding like the other songs while the second one is pretty useless to be honest. This is strictly a slowed down form of rock with psychedelic and even post-rock elements along with the occasional funk bass line. A guitar s only track, this one.
Actually it might be a guitar and keyboard alternating. It's a clean guitar with bass and drums and is mid-tempo rock with a slightly spacey effect. Nice track but outstays its welcome. They alternate with some freaky electronica. It repeats in a repetitive loop and over four minutes in the guitar starts soloing more recklessly while the bass and drums continue to robotically carry on in the same manner. In its 3:53 wake, this track takes starts off in dark ambient mode with echoey guitars jumping in before breaking into heavy alternative metal guitar riffs.
While this one is very much similar to the opening lengthy track, there is one fundamental difference. The guitar gets more bluesy. The drums sound real and not electronic. Sounds sorta like something Mozart would have written. This actually has a guitar, bass and drum set playing together.
By the time we get close to the end, the guitar sounds like a motor engine revving up at great speeds. Turns more into a dark ambient synth sound. Some synthpop type riffs emerge as well. Chimes join in so does weird electronic noises. Could've been trimmed down about five minutes but was actually pretty good! This one is sort of randomly strewn together.