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Vo­cal­ist Moorea Dick­a­son and bassist Tarik Ragab are back with the rest of the MoeTar­i­ans, with a de­light­ful and to­tally off-the-wall al­bum that’ll put your ears and brain into a twist. But let us as­sure you that this is by no means a bad thing! It all kicks off with the com­pactly ar­ranged Dystopian fic­tion, guar­an­teed to grab the at­ten­tion and a good in­tro­duc­tion to the rest of the al­bum. This is high-en­ergy mu­sic that’s full of sur­prises, not only for the switches in time sig­na­tures but also in the un­usual use of chord choices, seam­lessly ex­e­cuted and played with style and pre­ci­sion. MoeTar is es­sen­tially a prog band that fills ev­ery nook and cranny in a song with some­thing ex­cep­tional. Let­ting Go Of Life is less fran­tic while Re­gres­sion To The Mean sounds like a sonic car crash but is ex­cel­lent - check this one out on You Tube as it’s the per­fect in­tro­duc­tion to this unique and breathtaking al­bum. Like it (we do) or loathe it, the mu­si­cal abil­ity of all in­volved is truly ex­cep­tional.

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