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ODISEA

Entrance

 

Progressive Metal

3.36 | 5 ratings

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Thierry
4 stars If you don't live in Chile or never went to the famous and fabulous Baja festival, you've never heard of Entrance. And it's a pity because this is an interesting prog band from South America. I must admit I'm not keen on live records much, except exceptional ones such as "Absolutely Live" by the Doors for instance. But I was seduced by their previous album (their second one in fact), "En la Tierra" (2002). Entrance is an interesting blend of neo prog (the keyboards especially are close to Marillion's) with traditional prog and pop (the singer often sounds like Miguel Rios, the famous Spanish rocker). Yes, those who know the band, they lost their metal side for a more symphonic one, and this is for me good news. Recorded during Entrance's gig through Latin America including the Baja prog festival precisely, this album is a testimony of Jaime Scalpello's powerful voice and the band's virtuosity. I was glad finding many songs from "En la Tierra" such as a fabulous version of 'Vertigo 2002'. Excellente!
Thierry | 4/5 |

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