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Psychoteria I Think I'll Just Stay Home

Info about Psychoteria - I Think I'll Just Stay Home
Artist Psychoteria
Year 2011
Release Date
13. September 2011
Studio Album
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Added by Time_Signature 12 years ago
7.0 x1
Eclectic Non-Prog Rock
One user rates this album 7.0 or better, nobody rates it lower. nobody thinks it is prog, nobody thinks it is merely related to prog and one user thinks that it's not prog. show details
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Review by Time_Signature 12 years ago <Permalink>
Eclectic Non-Prog Rock
Definitely a varied album in terms of the guitar work, Psychoteria's "I Think I'll Just Stay Home" is characterized by experimentation with guitar sound banks, as core member Errol Antzis makes effective use of several different types of distorted and clean guitar sounds on this album. Especially the trachs that are centred around clean guitars are very enjoyable to lsten to - if not always terribly innovative.

This really should appeal to fans of melodic guitar-driven rock, but the other instruments ar enot allowed to live up to their full potential and could have, I think, contributed much more to the overall sound of the album. It certainly would have made the album much more enjoyable to listen to than it already is.
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