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Aw, wait, a review of an album?
Yes, there's a review.
Alright, but wasn't this going to released in a couple weeks?
Clearly iTunes fed up. Let's review this b!
1: Reconnect: Intro song, not much to say here. Very melodramatic. Definitely Rob Swire-ish. I'd give it 7/10. Good intro, but it's just that, an intro.
2: Resistance: If you payed attention to KP, then this was the very first single released. It's electro house, and definitely has a good taste. But it's actually above average, and easily forgettable if you just drop it in an electro set. 7/10.
3: Boss Mode: Trap music, one of the genres that I'm actually very caustic about, and this song's no different. The intro's good, but the drop was too divergent. Regardless it's catchy. It's a bit lacking though, but for 3 1/2 minutes, it's good enough. 6.5/10
4. EDM Trend Machine: Had a fake-out drop, which is very nice touch. Groovy. However, not memorable to me. 8/10
5. 404: Okay, I really like this song, it's real electro house, the sounds effects are really nice and the song could be placed in a set and it will stand out. Very deadmau5-ish too. 9/10
6: Begin Again: Easily one of the best songs released by Knife Party. The Madeon-inspired songs had Rob sing vocals and boy does it sound amazing. Knife Party outdid themselves with this. 10/10
7: Give It Up: Drumstep is a strange genre for me as I don't always recognize it. Regardless, it's a great mix of Pendulum and Knife Party. I serious, it's amazing. The Tarantula-like intro and the wubish sounds of Bonfire makes this a real banger. 8/10 A good song, and nice one to remember.
8: D.I.M.H.: Huh, sounds like those Adam K and Soha songs I really like. It's has a melodramatic melody, and kinda upbeat. I suppose it'd be a song that would go great with true progressive house. 8.5/10. I just wonder what D.I.M.H. stands for.
9: Micropenis: Oh, haha Swire, make fun of penis sizes with a song name. Real mature. Besides the point, it's a strange track. It starts out like a regular morning, and then there's a scare chord, and then we get to the actual song, about how this guy has a micropenis. Weird, huh? Regardless, the drop actually sounds a bit like a big room track with actual personality. We get chiptune middle of the way, which helps and gives it more personality. I suppose that this is a joke track for all intents and purposes, and it made me laugh almost as loud as a Weird Al Yankovic track. 7/10, big room is nothing really interesting, this song is. Kinda creepy for a funny track though.
10: Superstar: Discoish intro. Real funky. And then we get the words "Oh my God! What the fuck is this disco shit? What happened to the dubstep?" I enjoyed the vocals, I'd have him sing at an Earth Wind Fire cover band though. The second drop was more minimalistic, and more like a thing to make mixing into other genre's easier. I enjoyed it a lot. 8/10.
11: Red Dawn: Another electro track. Heavy Arabic influences. How does this stack up to the other tracks? Kinda well actually. I suppose Mike Hawkins loves this track with his EDM track record with Soldiers and Revolt. It's a good song, but combining these things hardly makes them memorable. In a cyberpunk desert scene in Egypt, fitting music, yes. The melody between drops is okay, but hardly memorable. 7.5/10 for effort.
12: Kaleidoscope: The last track, the track that wraps up the story in a nice, pretty bow. Pretty bow, is it? It'd actually would be a grand finale if it weren't for the fact that Knife Party is still going on after all of this. It's got it all for a final track, a powerful melody. It's gives a feeling of closure. An excellent track if I must say so, myself. 9/10.
Overall: I'd give this an 8.5/10. Great addition to the Knife Party set of musics, and a must buy for EDM fans.
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