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INVISIBLE

Invisible

 

Symphonic Prog

3.76 | 52 ratings

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Marcos
3 stars Great beginning!. A "jazzy/hard rocker" album

(1) "Jugo de lúcuma": this is jazz-fusion and... rock. The musicians displays their skills and talents.****

(2) "El diluvio y la pasajera": great guitars (acoustic and electric), and nice voices until the middle of the song. Then, the Jazz property appears again as a jam session.****

(3) "Suspensión" (with "s"): the song begins a bit hard. A rocker 'riff', and a strange song.***

(4) "Tema de Elmo Lesto": an instrumental theme. Maybe a bit boring. There is a hard- rocker influence too.***

(5) "Azafata del tren fantasma": this is an "epic song". A great composition. The song tells us an "Real" and ridiculous story.****

(6) "Irregular": Great instrumental part on the beginning. The guitar line is awesome!. When the vocals appear, the song is good too. Odd meters, a hard guitar, a 'bluesy touch'... Always, Spinetta on vocals is incredible... The following instrumental part is great too. ****

(7) "La llave de mandala": a bit hard song. And there is something of r'n'r. I really don't like too much. **

(8) "Lo que nos ocupa es la conciencia, esa abuela que regula el mundo": again, a bit hard song. A typical song of 70's trios. **

For me this album is a good work. But if we know this is a symphonic rock album, may be the rate doesn't must be too high.

Average rate: 3.25 stars

Marcos | 3/5 |

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