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3.45 | 23 ratings

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Tonny Larz
5 stars NOW..this is my first! Prog record from Venezuele that is! Musea has done it again..put out another GEM!! With the opening track: "Oberatura" (Overture) the path is laid and in a great way. The songs are sung in spanish by Dugue and im afraid i dont know a word of spanish...but its delivered nice and Dugue knows his limits (hes not a James La Brie) but he manages to pull it off. The guys to mention here is Guitarist Demian and keyboardplayer Rafael. Their interplay and soloing are superb....specially in the instrumental songs: "RM" and " Fria"..ok..ok the drummer and bass player are quite capable too. In all these guys are great...and its nice to hear such well produced prog and from Venezuela to boot!! Dugue is best in the slower moments as his voice embraces the songs better in those. On "Fria" you can hear just what a great guitarist Demian are!! Overall this record, is a fine examble of prog coming from South America. As i said the production are top notch!! As is the music.The compositions in upper class. Comparisons are supposedly...Enchant.Arena.Marillion. I think that these guys are unique...they may sound like the afore mentioned.. but there is more..much more to them than that!! My friend Leo gave this to me..and im ever greatfull!!! Thanx mate!! The rest of you.....two words: GET IT !!! Its an absolute stunner. And yes...they do deserve the 5 star rating.

Tonny Larz | 5/5 |


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