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Machine Nine ,

Review

Re:plus was something I discovered when I sound-hounded the song "Headline" I believe at a sushi resturaunt, and I haven't regretted discovering them one bit. Re:plus's other smooth and relaxing rythyms like the other review was really something I didn't know I needed. Looking to the future, Re:plus gives me hope in true glorious music, and has been a true blessing to myself. I look up to the guys almost as mentors who keep putting out these albums, and honestly It would really be an honor to meet them one day. Thanks for everything, -Josh

jogo1084 ,

re:view

When I heard the first two albums of re:plus through other streaming services, I found the smooth beats, alluring background melodies, and relaxed vocals to be a music style that I never knew I needed up until then. I immediately listened to the albums on repeat and was dismayed when I noticed that the last album was released in 2011. Imagine my surprise when I noticed that this album dropped a mere ten days ago! What? You mean I’ve been missing out on listening to this album for ten whole days? Dang, I got some catch-up listening to do. Having already listened to it a couple of times through, it's another quality album with great artist features (Clara C, anyone?), and a different type of sound than the previous albums. What else is there to want?