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Now if only the rest of the album was as good as this. True to form the jap bonus track is an absolute killer :-(


Enjoy it guys...........................


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Yeah, definitely better than probably anything on the CD, if not the couple of good songs are about on par.

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Self-titled release (standard version) from UNISONIC is enjoyable, but after many listening sessions I just noticed that it's an "ok" opus. Nothing more, nothing less... :(

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