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 Cidade Oculta by BARNABÉ, ARRIGO album cover Studio Album, 1986
4.00 | 2 ratings

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Arrigo Barnabé RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

4 stars Review nº 215

Arrigo Barnabé - Cidade Oculta (original soundtrack)

This time, our great composer Arrigo Barnabé shows his talent writing the music for a brazilian b-movie starring himself as a main character. The album wasn't succesful as his previous two masterpieces, but it's still clear that if someone loved the unique sound of his past works, Cidade Oculta would be a nice try. Arrigo's work always had a storytelling thing. Clara Crocodilo was a concept album and a musical play. Tubarões Voadores came with comic strips about the album theme, similar to the giant monster on Clara Crocodilo, but the release topic are "flying sharks". Writing for a movie wouldn't be so different. Actually, it is better than loads of Goblin soundtracks. It features songs from his spin-off avant-post-punk project, Patife Band (their LP has some good tracks too). The music is closest to the previous album, mixing 80s music with his early RIO tendencies, dodecaphinism and epileptic lyrical plots. Have fun!

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 Tubarões Voadores by BARNABÉ, ARRIGO album cover Studio Album, 1984
4.61 | 9 ratings

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Tubarões Voadores
Arrigo Barnabé RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars Review nº 214

Arrigo Barnabé - Tubarões Voadores

After the long praising review for his debut album, I don't have many words to describe this. Following the great zeuhlesque concept album, obviously a masterpiece and one of my top 5 albums of all time, Clara Crocodilo, Arrigo returns with Tubarões Voadores 5 years later. And what about this one? I can't say it's better than the previous one. The direction changed but it's still genial as damn. The proposal of the album was introduce dodecaphonism, weird prog narrative, and other absurd techniques on popular and different music including 80s rock, ethereal, synthpop, MPB, samba, and more. The results are tracks even more inacessible to the common listener. Just like the first album, the whole band and the female vocals are pretty good and unusual. It's a must check to avant-garde fans, but I still would reccomend Clara Crocodilo at first (very different style though).

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 Riddles, Questions, Poetry & Outrage  by LEVIATHAN album cover Studio Album, 1996
3.11 | 9 ratings

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Riddles, Questions, Poetry & Outrage
Leviathan Progressive Metal

Review by b_olariu
Prog Reviewer

3 stars One of the lesser known prog metal acts from the 90s is for sure the americans from Leviathan. Even they released 3 albums in mid to late 90s they disbanded in early 00s and then reform to release two more albums few years back. Well, the best offerings are the first 3 albums, with a plus on their second offer from 1996 named Riddles, questions, poetry and outrage I don't know why this band didn't recive more reviews or ratings across the years, this album in particulary offering some great prog metal totaly a typical for prog scene, that is meaning they don't sound at all like DT for instance or Shadow Gallery. Is a perfect example of a band trying to push against the flow of that period. The music is not overly complex but there are some very nice instrumental sections. A combination of Fates Warning/Queensryce and similar with bands such as Clockwork also from USA and few more. Pieces like opening Census Of Stars or Madness Endeavor showing exactly the potential of this band, excellent prog metal from clean voices to inspired instrumental parts, this was the prog metal from the 90s, a well written and performed style. To me a truly great album that desearves a far more recognition. 3 solid stars rounded to 3.5 for sure.

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 Overflow by CIRCA album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2009
3.00 | 1 ratings

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Overflow
Circa Crossover Prog

Review by SouthSideoftheSky
Special Collaborator Symphonic Team

— First review of this album —
3 stars Information overload, communications overflow

Overflow is a collection of leftover songs from the recordings of previous Circa studio albums. It was first released as a standalone, download only album, but was later included together with the album And So On in a two-in-one album package (with alternative, more appealing cover art). This set is now the best way to get hold of this little collection.

Given that these seven songs were left off the band's regular albums, the natural expectation would be that these would be of lower quality and/or in a style that would not have fitted on those albums. But both of these expectations turned out not to be accurate as what we have here is songs that would indeed have fitted well on the band's albums. Some of the songs included here are even better than some of the tracks that made in onto the self-titled debut album or the follow-up HQ.

If you like Circa's three studio albums and would like to hear some more songs in the same vein, then Overflow is a nice addition to your collection. It is by no means essential listening, but it is a surprisingly enjoyable set of "extra" songs that would not have been out of place on those albums.

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 Hoist by PHISH album cover Studio Album, 1994
3.04 | 28 ratings

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Hoist
Phish Prog Related

Review by TCat
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3 stars Most of the band's fans agree that this is one of Phish's weakest releases and since I am a phan myself, I tend to agree with this. It is not very progressive and it followed 4 excellent albums, and it was a disappointing release. Phish had gained popularity and was working to expand their audience even more with this albums, but that backfired and fortunately Phish returned to phorm afterwards.

That is not to say this album doesn't have some 5 star songs, but the consistency is sporadic at best. It starts off with an excellent groove and sounds like it is the start of another great album. But halfway through "Julius" things get stuck in this groove and it wears out it's welcome when the entire production lays it on way to thick and the chorus repeats itself ad naseum. The next track "Down with Disease" again shows promise and even though it is a conventional rock song with a hard and somewhat tricky beat, it isn't too bad, at least it's passable. "If I Could" is more of a Alternative Folk style song and even guests Alison Krauss with her beautiful voice. This is one of my favorite Phish songs even though it has nothing to do with progressive music, it is beautiful and sensitive. The strings that make up the climax add to the beauty of this track.

Now the album slips with a short track of noise called "Riker's Mailbox" which has a story attached to it which Phish Phans are familiar with, but it adds nothing. "Axilla Pt. 2" has an annoying chorus but also has a powerful beat that drives the song anyway and a really good and powerful guitar solo, but the song is just weakened by the chorus and that cancels the track out. Next up is "Lifeboy" which is a mellow 7 minute folkish song. Here the singing is too prissy sounding, yet the instrumentals are decent. I have a love-hate relationship with this song.

Moving on, we return to more of the New Orleans style rock sound that dominates the album with "Sample in a Jar" which is a great rocker and another heavy guitar solo which actually works to get the heart beating again. "Wolfman's Brother" is similar but not quite as interesting. "Scent of a Mule" is a silly song that lampoons country music. Usually this works for the band quite well, especially in the album "Rift", but it doesn't work as well here. It's adds a little more variety to this album, but by this time, it is not really a surprise having done the same thing much better in "Rift". "Dog Faced Boy" is boring and the singing is annoyingly naive.

The album finishes up with the only progressive song on the album at over 10 minutes. This is mostly instrumental and features some very tricky rhythms and great improvised guitar, more of what we are expecting from the band. There's even a bit of humor at the end that involves an angelic choir. Unfortunately, this last track doesn't save the album and the few great tracks on the album just isn't enough when so much more is expected. The album is good enough because of the few great tracks, but should not be the introduction to the band. Stick with "Junta", "Rift," or "A Picture of Nectar" as a more representative introduction to the band and then you can move on to "Story of a Ghost" or "Billy Breathes" or "Lawn Boy" from there. Then if you want more, check out there very extensive live discography. This album should be one of the last ones you check out. Only good, but not essential is a great description for "Hoist" 3 stars.

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 Lard Free by LARD FREE album cover Studio Album, 1973
3.78 | 43 ratings

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Lard Free Krautrock

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

2 stars Experiments in the average 70's Krautrock/jazz scene.

Free-Jazz and pre-stoner material that has been surpassed by more focused free-jazz and "stoner" (remember Hendrix) musicians then and now. I guess the big thrill is that Lard Free comes from France not Germany. Besides that, this their first release in 1973, will hardly amuse anyone in 2015, certainly not me.

I suppose its charms could be forced by the kind of ear-weed you use, but it really has to be a very strong one, the kind that makes you enjoy losing your time with such a lukewarm and effortless effort.

Forgettable and innocuous.

**2 (the guitar and wind works are the only thing from rating it 1) PA stars.

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 The Last Inca by WAGNER, ADRIAN album cover Studio Album, 1978
1.00 | 1 ratings

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The Last Inca
Adrian Wagner Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

— First review of this album —
1 stars INCA my foot!

I have never been a fan of video games, when young the graphics and music were horrendous. Hell is Mario Brother's world!

Some of this Adrian Wagner, 1978, "The Last Inca" songs could have served that purpose, opening track, to make it worse and track 2 resemble a Mario Bro "dancing and dreaming with buttercups" first and second scene.

Patiently I listen to this "childish" (to put it lightly) experience. Track 3 opens the same but as an intro to a funkier tempo, however the melody is still as silly as the previous songs and its getting up front stupid.

Tack 4, for those who miss CASIO's calculators with pre-set rhythms styles. F...K!

Track 5 is dreamy and cheesy, my INCA Gods, what else can I ask for!

Track 6 closes side "A" ,with a "let's get serious and funky" as a forgettable highlight.

Side "B">

Track one, is far more mature than all side A. A jazzy-electronic feel with added cacophonies is the best that has happened yet, but the personal bar has not be proven to be that high!

Track 2, has its symphonic ambitions nevertheless stuck by its electronic instruments limitations and a quiet simplistic musical idiom.

Track 3 closes this dreadful sonic experience, with some artificial musicianship pretentions yet the only rescueable track of this release. Its flaws and its constant limitations outweight even its few proposals. So adding up........ (or substracting, being the case) .

*1.5 PA star, say no more.

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 EARTHEN by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2015
5.00 | 2 ratings

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EARTHEN
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

5 stars Alpha Wave Movement at its best!

Keeping on with this 2015, great prog-electronic year, Gregory Kyryluk a.k.a. Alpha Wave Movement releases "EARTHEN", his proportional contribution to this "greatness".

Conjuring minimalism with expansion, EARTHEN above all is flawless, as far as music composition goes. It in fact blends all the best attributes of Kyryluk's electronic quest.

This album confirms his findings but mainly his own musical language. Without departing from the famous Berlin School's electronic canons, or the "Ambient" or "New Age" or "Dark" probable taggins, he makes it clear that he also has something to offer in return and not just novel "electronic sounds", he is talking about original electronic MUSIC COMPOSITION,.. small feat!

The catalogue of his personal musical discoveries runs all along the way, therefore this album is rich and diverse in textures, colors, tempo and environments, making it all a "never knowing what will happen next" perfect ride.

As far as the rating goes, not having heard yet his 2013 "Architexture of Silence", which has perfect (but anonymous) ratings here in PA, I will nevertheless rate it the same.

*****5 "flawless and original" PA stars!

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 Blau - Monotonprodukt 02 26y++ by MONOTON album cover Studio Album, 2006
3.00 | 1 ratings

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Blau - Monotonprodukt 02 26y++
Monoton Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

— First review of this album —
3 stars Primitive in spirit but a bit sophisticated with the electronics.

Far away from the usual "cosmic" idiom found in this category, Monoton's (Konrad Becker, Austria) "Blau-MONOTONPRODUKT 02 26Y++", released in 2006, delivers a very personal effort, which relies mostly on its electronic drumming figures accompanied here and there with distant and attractive minimalistic melody or bass lines.

To offer some kind of referential, because by 2006, lots of musicians were already involved in this kind of electronic paths, let's go back to an early and clear starting point Conrad Schnitzler's own 1974 "Blau", without the random experimentation and roughness, but with the same careless "stardom" attitude.

A release which entire focus is low-keyed, minimalistic and detached, but good enough as to expect more, will certainly be hard to sound or rate beyond the infamous ***3 PA stars.

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 Through The Rings  by VOLT album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.05 | 2 ratings

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Through The Rings
Volt Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

3 stars Dream on!

Coming from Netherlands, Michael Shipway and Steve Smith conform VOLT, this 2005 "Through The Rings", as far as this prog-archive goes is their 3th release.

Dreamy and intelligent as in Tangerine Dream's 70s era, mild as in "close to corny" Tangerine Dream's 80s one, and beyond being perfectly studio recorded and offering a clean cut performance close to commercial "new age" music, well the T.D.'s 2000s like art cover does not help much either.

And to force things a bit, it also offers some kind of "tribute" to Michael Cretu's 80s ENIGMA project, which the TDs also did (shamelessly).

Impersonal and unoriginal at close range, for those who still crave for versions of the same old prog-electronic scene.

Nicely performed, some very attractive ambiences here and there, some catchy moments to remember but too "new agy and crytalline and TD like " for my taste.

***3.5 PA stars tops.

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