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Schicke & Führs & Fröhling


Symphonic Prog

3.20 | 33 ratings

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3 stars This is another good album by SFF. I remember vividly when I hosted an FM radio program in Bandung, I used to play "Spain Span Spanish" as background whenever I started talking. This song is the best one featured in this album, in my opinion. The strengths of this strong are in the beauty of melody and how thme music flows from one segment to another. It's quite interesting to notice that the "spacey" component is relatively heavier than other albums of SFF. "Song From India" is also another good track that I keep playing it from this album.

The album title track "Ticket To Everywhere" showcases how the band plays their music in dynamic: some tempo changes, different time signatures and richness of song in providing textures of the song. I consider this song is more on rock fusion style and it has some sudden changes of style throughout the song. Keep on proggin' ..!

Gatot | 3/5 |


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