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Omega - Omega 6 - Nem Tudom A Neved [Aka: Tűzvihar/Stormy Fire] CD (album) cover

OMEGA 6 - NEM TUDOM A NEVED [AKA: TűZVIHAR/STORMY FIRE]

Omega

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.83 | 71 ratings

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Vibrationbaby
4 stars A beautiful album and sort of a turning point for Omega as a true progresive rock group.This album reflects the early western success of the band as better recording methods are obviouslly evivent. The band was just begining to establish themselves in the west when this Hungarian language LP was released and keyboardist Laszlo Benko ( who started out as the trumpet player in the band in the 1960's!) just got a hold of some wicked electronic keybords and uses the to tremendous effect on this album. I love everthing about this album from the pink sleve with the sad girl which implies the meaning of the title track "Nem tudom a neved" (I Don't Know Your Name) which became an Omega signature piece. The album opens opens with a rather heavy heavy track about a cynical magician which features a lot of heavy synth-guitar iteraction. Other works include more graceful and melodic approaoches such as as Mozgo villag (Moving World) .Vocalist Janos Kobor really shows his stuff on this one. All of the songs on the album can be found on various English Bellaphon English language releases but this Hungarian release is highly recommended for one wanting to discover Hungarian prog- rock music.
Vibrationbaby | 4/5 |

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