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IGUAÇU

Passport

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.91 | 39 ratings

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sgtpepper
2 stars Latin influences were very subtle on the Infinite Machine and came to prominence on Iguacu. The album features some catchy and very memorable songs. I don't agree that there are no fusion moments present here, just listen to the title track and there is plenty to explore. The main issue was a significant drop in the ability to experiment and try harder. The songs are mostly well structured and composed but there is not much space to stretch and show the chops. The guest musicians are competent too - the change of the sound is not necessarily bad but for a regular progger, not much is left to be pleased with after repeated listens. Therefore two stars only.
sgtpepper | 2/5 |

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