Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly mp3 album

Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly mp3 album
Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal
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    Energetic Disassembly
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    Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal
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Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly mp3 album

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    1762 mb
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    1854 mb
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    1706 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Violent Change Doug Keyser Watchtower 3:23
2 Asylum Doug Keyser Watchtower 3:48
3 Tyrants in Distress Doug Keyser Watchtower 5:59
4 Social Fears Doug Keyser Watchtower 4:41
5 Energetic Disassembly Doug Keyser Watchtower 4:37
6 Argonne Forest Doug Keyser Watchtower 4:38
7 Cimmerian Shadows Doug Keyser Watchtower 6:37
8 Meltdown Doug Keyser Watchtower 3:58


Rick Colaluca - Drums, Group Member, Percussion
Doug Keyser - Bass, Composer, Group Member, Liner Notes
Jason McMaster - Group Member, Liner Notes, Vocals
Watch Tower - Producer
Watchtower - Primary Artist
Billy White - Group Member, Guitar

There it is, one of the albums that, along with Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime, Fates Warning's Perfect Symmetry, "defined" the so-called Progressive Metal.One can find himself spending hours enjoying the only listenable instrument on the album: the drums. Seriously, where is the Rock factor? Ok, the drums are here and are pretty busy... but why are the guitars buried in the mix? Listening to the chugs when the drums are silent, it's obvious they've got no technical issue, so the problems lies all in the production, one of the most skeletal and hollow in the genre. As if it wasn't enough, horribly amateurish singer Jason McMaster constantly puts himself to shame by pretending to be a Rob Halford imitator while sounding like a demented Neil Turbin (with the difference that Neil had more charisma): this was the same problem that Metallica singer James Hetfield had to fight as well.If you're not drummers, Energetic Disassembly is not for you: it's a cynical Math exercise with no redeeming factors. And if you're interested in 80's Progressive Metal, avoid it as well, and opt instead for one album from the other bands mentioned above.Highlights:"Aslyum".