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The Gourishankar


Eclectic Prog

3.95 | 147 ratings

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4 stars i dont sure why ppl call this prog, its look like electronic to me, not that i have something against electronic, its just that i dont see them as prog.

the violin part on the song Moon7, reminds me a violin part from the track named dancing with kadafi by infected mushroom(for those who dont know, infected mushroom is a psy trance band that uses allot of live instruments and vocal) actually allot of part in this album reminds me infected, and its all so one of the reasons i see them more as electronic.

this guys have a really good synth player(Doran Usher), and its not something that easy to find. and i think that this is the main reasons for they unique sound. they have a really good full on music, witch mix itself with jazz and Latin. its a really color full album that was made by ppl that think out side the box, and hitting with all they got.

the problems with this band...

the vocal is a pop vocal and his boring(well at list its my opinion), actually his beyond boring i really hated him. and when you mix so many styles then you all ways find something you like, but its all so means that you probably find something you hate.

over all its a good album, and i highly recommend it.

bluesynight | 4/5 |


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