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4.27 | 500 ratings

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3 stars Maybe a cross between KING CRIMSON and some FRANK ZAPPA, a really complex, intrincate and strange album, not easy to listen at the first time. There's a lot of instruments interplaying (including violin and sax) and music is always changing, sometimes in a crazy way.

I would recommend this stuff for those who are looking for the most complex and original structures, but it isn't an album for lovers of the delicated and melodic (I don't mean soft) side of progressive rock. So, I disagree with another reviewers about "Anabelas" when they say that this album is an introduction to the Argentine prog scene, because -altough BUBU was the most intricate band in this part of the world- isn't the most representative.

Marcelo | 3/5 |


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