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Dystopia

3.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (27 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kabuki
  • ASIN: B005JYYG52
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 278,095 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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I must confess Dystopia by Lahannya was quite a lucky find on my part. Maybe I was just looking for this kind of music at time, or perhaps I always had pre-determined inclination towards her/them? Either way after listening to it for several months now I do feel compelled to voice (preach) my own admiration for this particular album.

I've always loved metal; be it gothic, symphonic, industrial or any of the countless subs of the genre, but something about this one in particular struck a chord, if you'll forgive the pun. The music on its own is fantastic, offering a rich sound. However for me personally I think it's the lyrics contained within that invoke such emotions and indeed, inspiration to me. I'm not going to pull one song in particular out, as I believe that would subtract some of the much deserved attention from the others. However, if you like metal and are looking for something with complex thought provoking lyrics, then perhaps this might scratch the itch?
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This is a awesome Album, any fan of Lacuna Coil will love this. My favourite's are Army of Freaks and Beautiful Wasteland. But all the songs are really very good. A must buy.
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Another pretty girl. Another wannabe. Another also ran. Another over produced European cookie cutter ahem...'gothic metal' album. Owes more to Stock Aitken and Waterman and their mass produced computerized dross than it does to any real metal artists.
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HASH(0x996b5db0) out of 5 stars Not Innocent-My favorite song (from a message standpoint) about the myth of ... 12 Nov. 2014
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Picking up where Defiance left off, this album is a shining example of how not necessary the big labels truly are. The production is incredibly crisp and atmospheric, and there's an intelligence to the lyrics that make it clear that this is not some Britney wannabe (although the fact Lahannya blows Brit away vocally should be your first clue). To write all my thoughts on this would require more space than is here, so I'll just post the highlights (and the couple minor bumps that keep this from being a full five stars)

Dystopia-A powerful symphonic lament, THIS is how you open an album. You can actually hear the desperation as she sings "I run around in circles, dispairing for an open door.

Out of Time-The first track where she really lets loose vocally into almost a shout during the chorus. I think I played this sucker about three times in a row the first time I heard it. If I understand it correctly, it's at this point her character is intentionally infected by the government with a supervirus

The Stand-Bagpipes in a Rock song that's not by AC/DC? Yes, and it works surprisingly well. It's also a deep meditation on war and how innocents are turned into "frightened pawns" (soldiers) in the midst of the chaos.

Not Innocent-My favorite song (from a message standpoint) about the myth of a neutral stance in dark times. If you let an atrocity happen in front of your eyes without trying to stop it, you might as well have pulled the trigger.

What Kind of World-About how people can manipulate you to see the world through rose-colored glasses in the worst of times and working to change that.

Army of Freaks-This is just a good old fashioned Industrial rocker that acts as a cliffhanger leading to part 3. It seems they've found a cure for her infection, with the bonus side effect of mutating the cells to superhuman. Now they have a way to finally destroy the corrupt government.

Those two minor bumps:

1)Never Enough just doesn't seem to gel with the rest of the tracks for me. Your mileage may vary, of course.
2) The Stand seems to recycle the drum opening from Beautiful Wasteland (admittedly this is from a music snob, so chances are most people won't notice).

In summary: BUY THIS ALBUM
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