The South Korean quintet comes back with a darker concept but hardly a darker sound. I am blown away as to how well produced this mini is. I don’t think that SS501 have sounded as perfect and balanced as they do in Destination.
Not only does Angles have the feel of their first album, but it also has the same vibe Julian Casablancas’ solo album featured, as well as new wave synth-pop, and even bossa chords on a couple of songs.
Nihon no Uta’s got introductions and interludes that connect the whole album together as if they really were a whole. However, musically, these songs and collaborations couldn’t be more far apart from each other.
Most of the time, films use music to fill in awkward gaps in dialogue, or for random mash-up scenes that are meant to pull on your emotional heart strings. Sucker Punch used the music to tell the story