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Kiko Loureiro


Progressive Metal

3.91 | 13 ratings

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4 stars I'm no reviewer but i have to say something since no one got into the trouble of writing something. This album (Instrumental in it's all) is mostly guitar driven riffs,themes and melodies written by Kiko Loureiro. Speedy stuff, highly technical themes and melodies, heavy riffs and upon them Jazz improvisations with some latin influences. And in between these great structured tracks are some smaller mellower ones showing the musical background that Kiko is coming from and that is the Brazilian music. The improvisations are not that long and boring as many other guitar records and each is unique in it's own way. Although when i listen to this, John Petrucci's Suspended Animation comes to mind, This album is ''similar'' but WAY better in every single aspect. In the structure of the songs and in the overall compostion area Loureiro Shines!
camelspotter | 4/5 |


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