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LOCOMOTIV GT

Locomotiv GT

 

Eclectic Prog

3.58 | 21 ratings

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manofmystery
3 stars Sprung from the loins of Omega, this is a band with a lot of musical chops. This is the first thing that pops out at you when your ears first wrap themselves around the groozes being laid down early in this album. Don't fear the language barrier either as the singing is quite accessible whether you understand it or not. Perhaps the album only straddles the prog rock borderline but it does feature plenty of impressive organ work from Presser Gábor, which makes it well worth looking into. The album is a little front heavy with the best songs revealed early but on a whole this is a pretty clever little piece of 70s rock. Basically, a nice rock/borderline prog album that is worth a listen but not something worth a lengthy search for. 3 stars.
manofmystery | 3/5 |

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