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THE HALL OF FLOATERS IN THE SKY

Omega

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.85 | 43 ratings

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Peto
4 stars Movinīworld After a majestic heavy rock introwith unbelievably muffled vocals (I gues itīs the recording this time), a lyrical piano passage follows and the passages repeat again and the track concludes with a keyboard driven outro. Great mood and melody on this one as well. 5 stars

One manīs land An ordinary rocker with average melody. At least itīs up tempo and it features good guitarplaying and keyboards. 3 stars

Magician More of the same. But the melody is better. Overall it soounds too formulaic and conventional, with just a moog part to make it more interesting. 3.5 stars

The hall floaters in the sky A short acoustic mostly number with a clumsy melody. No great instrumental passages, and the vocals are so-so. 2 stars

Never feel shame A great rocker with Floydian influences. A fine melody and dramatic feel, the band plays really tight as well. Especially nice are the ikeyboards/moog parts that interfere with the more rocking passages. 5 stars

20th century dweller In the vein as the previous track, although this one would fit on a Uriah Heep album from the early seventies. Nice vocals, again the spcey keyboards feel and sense for dramatism . Gyorgy Molnar plays some fine guitar leads as well, especially the first one is awesome, with a good feel for build up and gradation. 5 stars

Overall rating: 4 STARS

EXCELLENT ADDITION TO ANY PROG MUSIC COLLECTION

Peto | 4/5 |

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