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Red Balune - Capital Kid / Spider In Love CD (album) cover

CAPITAL KID / SPIDER IN LOVE

Red Balune

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

2.00 | 1 ratings

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2 stars What a powerful noisy bizarre created by one of RIO / Avant legends. As everyone knows, RED BALUNE existed as one of Avantgarde Progressive pioneers, where a couple of members founded some Avant offshoots later and solidified RIO / Avant Prog scene. This single creation including two eccentric noisy stuffs can be called as one of kickoffs in the massive world. Quite interesting was that the vanguard got started with such a weird, creepy production. Look at the sleeve and you will get horrified at an abstract painting explaining three weak prayers kneeling upon the ground for a computer or a display or a television. This eerie atmosphere should let us anticipate a drastic and dreadful breakdown in the progressive rock scene. Suppose they would give the audience kinda prescription for our brainstorming. An interesting explosion but I cannot recommend this single for a progressive rock freak with a fantastic expectation. On the contrary, let me recommend for an innovative one who gets concerned about the future of the progressive rock scene.
DamoXt7942 | 2/5 |

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