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3.88 | 101 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars INVISIBLE are from Argentina and this is their second album. It is based on a concept story, but with lyrics in Spanish it's pretty much lost on me. I was so blown away by their debut album but not so much with this one.They have really toned it down from their debut.This is very laid back with a couple of the songs (and many passages elsewhere) reminding me of some of the great Italian symphonic bands.

"Encudenado Al Anema" is the longest track on the album. I'm not a big fan of this song though as there are many sections with little going on. The first five minutes for example are atmospheric with vocals arriving 2 minutes in.The pace picks up at the 5 minute mark when the drums kick in with some good guitar melodies to follow.Then we get another section of not much going on as it gets spacey 7 1/2 minutes in.The song stops and starts again bringing to mind the lack of flow in this song. My favourite passage is 13 minutes in when we get some beautiful lazy guitar melodies. Nice. Not a fan of the ending though.

"Durazno Sangrando" is a beautiful, pleasant song that brings to mind the Italian bands of the seventies. "Pleamar De Aguilas" features a guitar / vocal melody for 2 minutes that I don't really like. Good vocal melodies and bass later. "En Una Lejana Playa Del Animus" has lots of tempo changes and opens with more pleasant and relaxed guitar playing with light drums and cymbals. Vocals arrive after 3 minutes. Some good contrasts between the light and intense passages to the end of the song. "Dios De Adolescencia" is much like the second song tranquil and beautiful like a warm summers breeze.

This is a good record that many who are into the mellower side of music will enjoy. This is a progressive album in the truest sense. It just lacks some of the elements that I really enjoyed from their debut.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |


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