11 Songs, 43 Minutes

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4.9 out of 5

7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Game Changing

Tambor Infinito

In a world devoid of good rock concept albums, bubble gum rock, reggaeton, auto-tune, constant lip sync'ing, here comes this bold album mixed with desperation, anger, hope, love, and utter chaos. The style in this album vary as much as the mood from start to finish. Reggae beats mixed with heavy guitars, tempo and time changes are a staple in a song called "Waiting for Godot". "Solaris" is a peaceful and gorgeous ode to deceased loved one in context with the movie by the same name. "Blind Eye" is an intense song with a an unusual groove. The unspoken hero of the album is the intermittent electronica beats/samples. Ed Hale and the Transcendence have come of age with this album and are creative force to be reckoned with. Hard to believe, by hearing the sound and style of the music this this masterpiece came from the United States.

A Rock Opera!

FlyFreeAvatar

When I listen to this album, I can't help but think that it could easily be a Rock Opera / Broadway Show !!!! It is an amazing and innovative album that takes you away into another world with its unusual and deep lyrics and melodies. VERY different than what is out there - absolutely cool and hip. Definitely get it!

Ready for a ride?

Core Rockester

A thrilling roller coaster ride through progressive rock, blues, pop, sound effects and soulful vocals. Strap on your seatbelt for an awsome ride.

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