"War & Peace" is the seventh of my 2013 annual prizes, so now nobody is waiting for me to say anything wrong, I would not do anything for it, but as a rumor, I'm sorry that Lukács Peta's second solo album will be much more at home , and everywhere … So, after all, it is clear to me that the first disc was more of a profession, it was a loud music fanatic. Stylistic Diversity, War and Peace, White and Black, Beauty (Linda Pacziga) and the Monster (Gergő Tóth), was a kind of music set. There was nothing wrong with it, at least I did not mind, "Slow Down", "Prayer", "90s Nights", how many songs! But if I want to be very honest, I need to know that singing songs did not really belong to me.
Now much has changed. I do not know how this was a conscious concept, I'm afraid that yes, but this time the whole material is definitely hilarious and audacious. With these songs, they will also be able to identify those whose "W & P" might have tasted their stomach. All this, so that Peta did not go to the dog, he did not let anything out of the quality. Now, though, it does not break a piano jazz deposit with the deep-spirited deep rhythm, but we get round songs, with pretty vocal and guitar themes. And no one should think that eg. the "Almost" tilting vertebral rhythm, and the writing of the chorus, which concludes and closes only four voices, but a terrible subject, is less worthy of music than a good spell of many sounds. Technically, it may be easier, but if this is the guiding principle in the songwriting phase …
To this, the changed, mostly twisting tempo (Mátyás Geröly drummer and Horváth "Sexy" Gábor give a bass-stiff base for Peta's play), this time we get Pata's singer as a conservative verge-refrain-verze-solo-chorus. We do not go badly, only venture into where he will surely intonate, singing his own songs (not just in tempo, but also in distress in his own texts) so perfectly. I do not really know how to put a favorite, really all the songs are coming with you. At this time, perhaps, the "Hope" is what I would most like to go home. Modern pullout rhythm is often associated with some pulse / pulse electronics, the key (Daniel Szebényi) is now dominating the role of carpeting to create the mood. It is a matter of taste, it does not bother me, indeed, I specifically see its cause and purpose in this musical context. The three mid-tempo 10/10 instrumental tracks featured in full melody-centering are also absolute strings and even goose bumps. In Peta's own studio was made a record, we can not complain about the sound.
There is one more item whose specialty is that my hair should be burned at idle, instead of becoming one of my favorites. Since there is no textwriter, I suppose this is Peta's own text. The rest are all right, but the cleansing "I Must Die" is almost verse-worthy. He does not sing it, but he tells me "deadly money", do not you? "Yes, but the wonderful melancholic piano and guitar play that accompanies the narrative gives the composition a content and a true musical depth, which is worthy of closing off the album that is far from me this year's domestic production.
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