Agnus - Pinturas y Expresiones  CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.46 | 30 ratings

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2 stars A disconcerted effort in three parts.

Symphonic Prog, Psychedelic/Space Rock and Folk Rock. That's the three genres this album is spanning. Albeit symphonic prog only in the opening minutes. The rest is pretty much folk rock with some psychedelic rock also thrown in.

The opening song XXI Century is a rather great song in the RPI mould. Plenty of Le Orme here. The female vocals is the only diverging element. The album nosedives into pretty dire folk rock after this song. Agnus lives on the planet Mars, it seems. The rest of the album is perhaps best described as folk rock from planet Mars. It is spacy, dull and very hippie. It is pretty 1968, in other words.

The quality is pretty dire. I find it a waste of time, with the exception of the opening track.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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