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SI TODO HICIERA CRACK

Crack

 

Symphonic Prog

4.07 | 73 ratings

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5 stars What to say about a glorious classic record ? MUCH !!

This is an alternating beautiful /romantic with bombastic pieces music. Musicians are of Banco or Yes caliber and the record production is pretty good. This is art.

I guess I can make analogy with classics from Italy for the conception and ideas richness. Also because it's Latin origin sung music. Comes to mind 2 Locandas : 1st Quella Vecchia and delle Fate for the flute and complex acoustic instruments interplay. The Spanish vocals with female chorus are great, when it comes I reminded by Cittą Frontale, but Crack is better structured than the last.

The moog (one could say with old fashioned sound, I prefer to say "avant guard" sound) and strings keys (mellotron ?) brings personal characteristic to Crack. I have already listened those similar tones with Bloque, Mezquita or Gualberto. But they don't keep that evident flamenco sound we can listen in many Spanish bands, they are much more varied. Italian school analogy is more appropriated to describe the music.

I love when bands bring the typical country culture (or even unexpected elements) into the hybrid prog realm. Better when it works pretty well like Crack. I also love Los Canarios "Ciclos" and Gotic from Spain, but what to say about ITOIZ sung in Basque language ? This is another review for sure.

Prog_Veteran | 5/5 |

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