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Symphonic Prog

3.72 | 80 ratings

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4 stars 01. La Casa Dela Mente Beginning shy, keyboard in front a crescendo, the melody rises, gives a fright guitar riff of animal, and broken in the band. A touch when the acoustic guitar enter, almost a new song. The main voice of Fernando Berge remember (and rather) the voice of prog mutants, especially when the voices of all come together. Beautiful passages of keys and vocals give it a high-level composition that soon changes again giving rise synthesizers pros take care of everything, all with the guitar closes key to gold in the melody that is repeated with the voice.

02. Prolijas Virtudes Del Olvido In the glue is the 2nd track that follows the melody in music started earlier with overlapping vocals, and beautiful passages of synthesizer. A keyboard that you enter insistent then more synthesizers, and .... Surprise!

03. Suenos Blancos, Ideas Negras The third track enter an atmosphere of calm and renewal. Nice guitar break wha, what I call 'Sueños Blancos'. In the second part of the song 'Ideas Black' comes to the surface and breaking up. Fine conventions and riffs with weight in the right measure, a hit!

04. Sabios De Vida It begins with noises and sounds, which I thought were submarines, but soon enter the voices as if they were in a 'box'. The riff that follows is impressive, and the bottom line is totally inspired by Chris Squire (of Yes, that is for sure the most influential bassist of all time). Then the guitar takes care of everything with an incredible power, and to fund the keyboards and vocal melody is one of the most beautiful things I have heard. The vocalizations are really great.

05. Eterna Evidencia That starts now breaking out all of the keyboard Gustavo Fedel catch fire in all directions, the best prog crazy, and in the suit that was Yezda Urfa. An instrument of hell for good!

06. Tiempo De Ideas Beautiful body, professor and vocal melody remarkable. A song full of pomposity and melodies.

07. Hay Un Mundo Cerrado Dentro Tuyo Again the guitar is the ball instead of doing the things that are forgotten at least for a moment. It is amazing the similarity with Yes in the band. Keyboards are played very well on all tracks (if you read them on the site are aware of history that in 1973 the guys were continuing to buy U.S. equipment and brought a Moog synthesizer, a first for Latin America, and it looks they had not yet keyboardist laughter).

08. Hay Un Mundo Luminoso Then the range of closure following the melody of the former than just to stay in the hand. The emphasis is also on the low end with wha of Claudio Martinez, who was once a drummer (?!?) music excellent for closing the disk.

This disc was actually composed for it to be a work of two songs, 21 minutes each, but when the boys were recording the terms of the Argentine season studios did not allow this done, it was difficult because the sound engineers were accustomed only the songs of 3 minutes, wanted the two tracks were recorded for 21 minutes at a time to live, and everyone knows that to do this in compositions of this size with all the trade of tool is not very feasible. I will not tell all the stories of the site of the guys come out and give, very nice guys of the story, an example of how someone can work the most when something of true love.

ProgShine | 4/5 |


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