Blackfield - Blackfield V



7.3 | 56 votes |
Release date: 10 February 2017
Style: Progressive rock, Avantgarde rock

Owners:

42 have it
19 want it


01. A Drop In The Ocean
02. Family Man
03. How Was Your Ride?
04. We'll Never Be Apart
05. Sorrys
06. Life Is An Ocean
07. Lately
08. October
09. The Jackal
10. Salt Water
11. Undercover Heart
12. Lonely Soul
13. From 44 To 48

Line-up
Steven Wilson - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Aviv Geffen - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Eran Mittelman - keyboards, piano
Tomer Z - drums, percussion
Seffy Efrati - bass, backing vocals

Additional info
Released as a vinyl edition (on 2 LPs cut at 45rpm for maximum quality), a standard CD, and a deluxe CD/Blu-Ray edition. The Blu-Ray includes the album in both high resolution stereo and 5.1 surround sound.

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Comments: 4   Visited by: 166 users
10.02.2017 - 09:28
Nihil Aeternum
This is not Progressive or Avantgarde Rock. This is Pop. And it is weak even according to Pop standards. The last song is quite good but the rest is absolutely forgettable.
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10.02.2017 - 13:42
Rating: 7
Dark Forever
Ruído Sonoro
Written by Nihil Aeternum on 10.02.2017 at 09:28

This is not Progressive or Avantgarde Rock. This is Pop. And it is weak even according to Pop standards. The last song is quite good but the rest is absolutely forgettable.


You don't listen to pop do you? This is Progressive Rock. Soft and easy listening, sure, but not pop by any standards.

Anyway, I expected more. They clearly played it safe and despite being a good album, there's nothing groundbreaking here.
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Taste the DARK...
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10.02.2017 - 14:25
Nihil Aeternum
Written by Dark Forever on 10.02.2017 at 13:42

You don't listen to pop do you? This is Progressive Rock. Soft and easy listening, sure, but not pop by any standards.


Well, I'm a big fan of progressive rock, old (70s) and new ... and I'm a fan of Steven Wilson. But this record? Meanwhile, on "Rate Your Music", currently 1 person says that it's progressive rock and 8 people say that it isn't. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Have a great day e saudações a Portugal!
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13.02.2017 - 15:51
Rating: 8
andreosokin
SOUNDERY
Written by Nihil Aeternum on 10.02.2017 at 14:25

Written by Dark Forever on 10.02.2017 at 13:42

You don't listen to pop do you? This is Progressive Rock. Soft and easy listening, sure, but not pop by any standards.


Well, I'm a big fan of progressive rock, old (70s) and new ... and I'm a fan of Steven Wilson. But this record? Meanwhile, on "Rate Your Music", currently 1 person says that it's progressive rock and 8 people say that it isn't. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Have a great day e saudações a Portugal!


What's the issue with the genre definition? It doesn't really matter. What matters is whether you like this album or you don't.

Personally, I dig it. Right from the first spin which is a rare thing for me. It's far better than IV and how some early-mid-2000s PT vibe in some parts.
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