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4.14 | 37 ratings

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Harold Needle
5 stars Perhaps the best band within Mexican RIO music, Nazca was a splendid ensemble playing dark, somber and complex chamber rock. While influences of Univers Zero and Present are clear and obvious, Nazca adds its own musical flavour to the formula, resulting in an album that truly is (in my eyes, at least) a pinnacle or Mexican Rock in Opposition movement. Especially amazing are piano and bassoon parts, which I love to death, although the rest of the members play great roles too. One thing I don't really like about the album is a rather boring cover - both the debut and the live album had much, much better and fitting cover arts. However, this doesn't change the fact that this album is an absolute blast and a bliss for any Univers Zero/Present/Stravinsky/Bartók freak out there. Give it some attention, it is amazing.
Harold Needle | 5/5 |


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