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Sebkha Chott



4.08 | 34 ratings

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4 stars Into Sebkha Chott's unbalanced discography, "Nagha Mahdi..." is IMHO a real mindblowing RIO jewel... 48 short compositions running thru' your head at speed of light mixed on a non-stop "tour de force" full of incessant changes and brutal breaks based on a hard bass work, awsome percussions and crazy vocal sections that turns this almost conceptual piece into a wild and enjoyable journey.

Perhaps is not a RIO masterpiece, "Nagha Mahdi..." has to be one of the most powerful albums of the last two decades and a proof that avaant-garde genre is still very alive. Mayb is not an album for inexperienced ears, but I'm sure that a real RIO fan would enjoy this amazing album that reminds me the most crazy RIO pieces created by band such as Doctor Nerve, The Muffins on "185", Thinking Plague of Höyry-Kone... 4* to me...

progadicto | 4/5 |


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