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3.94 | 72 ratings

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3 stars I have listened to this album for at least 10 years and I can still distinctly organize its sound - a prototype of modern prog-metal with symphonic prog and Argentinian folk influences. You don't feel that the lads are barely 20 years old because the compositions sound quite mature, playing skillful and production sound is decent, too. The first title track shows the promising time to come. Still, I generally prefer the second half of the album where tracks get more focused and symphonic. "Desierto Humedo" is a delicate soft track in the 70's Argentinian fashion. All instrumental tracks have a fine quality but the tracks 1. and 7. stand out. The "Crucis" cover is fine but non-essential.

This is a proof that progressive rock is still going strong in Argentina even in recent years.

sgtpepper | 3/5 |


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