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Wolok : Fading Mirth & Dry Heaves 
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Read the review here:

http://www.doom-metal.com/reviews.php?album=3509.

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When it slows down it reminds me of Zaraza stuff, which is good, but even then the super mario keyboards are beyond absurd, they do not fit and they ruin the mood, this is not the way to stand out for sure...


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klamerin wrote:
When it slows down it reminds me of Zaraza stuff, which is good, but even then the super mario keyboards are beyond absurd, they do not fit and they ruin the mood, this is not the way to stand out for sure...


ah ah, yes... we call them the Bontempi keyboards in Italy, because Bontempi used to make toy ones that sounded exactly like that!

Also, WTF is going on with vocals? :D

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Merchant of Doom wrote:
klamerin wrote:
super mario keyboards.


ah ah, yes... we call them the Bontempi keyboards in Italy, because Bontempi used to make toy ones that sounded exactly like that!


And here in UK we call them Fisher-Price for the same reason :D
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The French spoken passages have no interest at all on an emotional level, they're almost absurdly comical. So are the "Bontempi" keyboard contributions.. i don't get what this guy is trying to achieve. Something very metaphysical I guess.

It's Black Doom to me, without hesitation.

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