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SHALASH

Shalash Band

 

Symphonic Prog

3.51 | 16 ratings

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felonafan
4 stars The debut great album of the new Russian prog rock band! No singing, no strings. A lot of keyboards. The influence of Emerson, the Russian and other classical music. Two musicians - a keyboard player and a drummer - can substitute for the full-blown rock band. This music is very enjoyable and pleasant, especially in tracks 2 and 7. An addition of grand piano and some other acoustic instruments can contribute to the improvements in the future. More diversity in sound, tempo and mood can lead to more influence on the listeners. These musicians should not be afraid to take the additional risk of engaging into the experiments! Highly recommended for all lovers of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Triumvirat, and other keyboard-based symphonic progressive rock! This album is very good addition to any prog rock collection.
felonafan | 4/5 |

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