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SMAK '86



Jazz Rock/Fusion

1.70 | 11 ratings

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1 stars When the old prog stars from 1970s try to apply the new wave influence in order to sound "modern" in the 1980s, usual result is absolutely negligable, if not totally catastrophic! So SMAK is no exception to this. They re-formed in late 1986 in original line- up with a new keyboardist M. Djurdjevic, and they recorded this... piece of nothing! Progressive sound melted away completely and was replaced with a terrible mid-1980s pop synth with drum machine. Mihajlovic was a producer and lyricist but he can hardly be proud of this. To be avoided at all costs! Two instrumental tracks saves it from zero marking.
Seyo | 1/5 |


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