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BISTRIJI ILI TUPLJI COVEK BIVA KAD...

Sarlo Akrobata

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.34 | 17 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Thanks Moris for informative review and other help you've provided. My rough estimate of title would be something like: "Clever & Stupid man is xxxx (something)", which should be more or less correct, even I haven't consulted the title with any native speaker.

My review will be just short summary of thoughts that are connected with this band, album etc so here we go:

First we should start with the fact that this is basically Punk. But it's just basis, there are other important things and even band that is generally considered as Punk can be masterpiece of Prog music as Moris just described in his review that is few hundreds pixels upwards than mine.

Psychedelia and Arty elements and I dare to say that there are Avant psychedelic elements too, like in similar band from Czech Republic I'm trying to suggest these weeks - KNS. Actually, these two bands have a lot in common.

OK, let's get back to this record: Weird atmosphere, dissonant sounds at times (but exactly the kind of mild dissonance that I love so much because of various reasons - mostly because it reminds me similar atmosphere of bands from Czech Republic), but managing to be interesting from beginning to the end.

Is Moris rating so well because it's band from "his country", or because he knows it so well (because he is from "this country") ? My opinion is that because when I for example review something from Czech Republic, I'm prone to rate high because I know it usually for a long time and also I understand these little elements and signs that foreigner cannot understand. So I believe it's completely OK to rate higher if you know it better.

Take for example the longest track here Ljubavna Prica - for some it can be just bunch of weird, dissonant, ugly and unpleasant sounds, but I see masterpiece in it.

Later on we get more of Avant-garde element (nothing Hardcore though, which is who knows, maybe better, maybe not).

4(+), but almost tempted to give the same rating. Maybe in future, this album is really great.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |

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