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WHO'S THE BOSS IN THE FACTORY?

Karmakanic

 

Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 354 ratings

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Garlop
5 stars Eternally Flawless!

I ve been listening to this gem since it was released and by the time I met this amazing band and other related proyects such as the flower kings, kaipa and transatlantic. By the way this is the first cd I bought in my collection.

It kick offs with a 19-minute epic track which I ve never get tired of listening to. Reingold´s bass is maybe the most important instrument of the band and what caracterizes it.

Let in hollywood, a very original and sticky track but it only makes a transition to the title song of the album.

"Who's the boss in the factory" defines this album, a very well crafted song, good chorus, and explosive ending! what else could have been?

Two blocks from the edge is one of those tracks where you sense the eclectic side of the band. Good saxophone and bluesy lyrics takes this album to the conclusion.

Eternally, this last song splited into two parts is one of the most emotional and mellow tracks I ve ever heard. Noticing that it is a track dedicated to Reingold's parents which died on an accident makes it more suitable.

Who's the boss in the factory is a very well crafted progressive gem. If you are looking for something new and fresh you should totally buy this one.

Garlop | 5/5 |

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