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Feel Melt Release Escape

Anti-Depressive DeliveryAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (September 21, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Laser's Edge
  • ASIN: B0002VEOOA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #542,195 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb world-class musical entertainment! February 9, 2005
Format:Audio CD
During my very first listen to this album, I noticed tiny fragments that gave me chills down my spine.. During my second listen, these fragments had grown and multiplied.. During my third.. etc. Now I've heard it trough hundreds of times and I still find new and delicious fragments! This may sound like one hell of an album, and trust me, it is!! Now.. let's take a closer, more serious look at it: The music can be defined as rock with a symphonic touch. It can also be defined as very melodic progressive rock with strong links to the Gabriel-years of Genesis and some moments of early Emerson, Lake and Palmer. And that's both in terms of songwriting and instrumentation. Some flavours of Burt Baccarach and mid-70's Rush, Camel, King Crimson, Mike Oldfield, Yes and Jethro Tull can also be found. But it can also be defined as heavy metal. Names like Death and Iva Bralacum appeares in my head at some points, and even Dream Theater and Megadeth at some points. But don't be confused!!! This mix of musical influences has been put together and tried out before and the results could easily be labeled as ''Prog-Metal''. This is not the case with Anti-Depressive Delivery. In a very strange way they manage to make something as rare as their own original sound, or 'thing'. It's really funny to listen to because your first impression is ''weird heavy-prog, but some very beautiful moments'' and then you listen to the instruments wich are vintage keyboards(Hammond, mellotron, Fender Rhodes, Moog, Piano), Pretty heavy guitars with fractions of an vintage jazz/fusion sound, very tight and technical drumming followed by a pretty Chris Squire-ish bass and a strong voice with great vocal harmonies, and you think: What an odd but great line-up! It works! Hammond organ on death-metal guitars is great! Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars New grounds in Prog!!! June 11, 2006
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Nowadays, it seams that prog and heavy are tight together for the glory of musical expansion and exploration. Prog cannot go only by keyboards anymore... and metal cannot go alone without some originality and tension release. Classic prog-metal bands, like Dream Theatre, set the "standards" for this new style, and TONS of other bands just go along. By that I mean more complex, more melodies, etc. Simply put, just the same again. Now, it seams that only extreme bands excite me: Cynic was obviously one of them (talk about delicious extremes), or on the prog side, Porcupine Tree is an excellent example... Very few bands nowadays, incorporate the ideal of the 70's, into a real modern frame. The 70's were, and still are where the music expended to infinite directions... musicians had this drive of exploration that very few people have today. Nowadays, this barely exists. Well... not anymore. A new band, I just discovered, not even listed in great prog archives web sites, simply do the music I have not heard in years. This band is Anti-Depressive Delivery (ADD). Listening to their first album, is like taking a ride in crazy, uncharted territories of absolutly excellent prog... and fantastic metal riff and drumming. ADD mixes very modern metal ideas, like Death, Cynic, and others, with ELP-Genesis-Gentle Giant ish stuff... I mean by that, an explosion of metal riffs, with keyboards reminescent of the bands I mentioned. The resuls is absolutly fascinating: weird compositions, quite complex, with a fantastic production. As people have mentioned before, some songs might have been part of a selling england by the pound, or a in a glass house album. Some of their songs got this soul groove to them, which gives the album a unique touch. Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars Smashing June 27, 2006
By WillieB
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
An attempt to describe this disc would be; abstract dissonant prog-metal played by some clever blokes who create unique songs that have varied moods and intricate changes. Anti-Depressive Delivery have their own sound and groove that is refreshing. The first time I heard this I was a little surprised, elated and amused all at once. After repeated listens, it just gets better. Hard to believe this is a debut release and with any luck, they will be around for a while.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ingenius November 17, 2005
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this album just keeps growing, I`ve had it since it came out in europe, and in the beginning I thought it was great, but now i think it is simply ingenius. It stands out in my rather huge collection of contemporary prog metal/rock, and I can`t say this enough times, buy this album and support these truly innovative artist in the prog field.... It is strange and beatifull. And take a close look at the lyrics as well, whip your social awareness!
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