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Karmakanic - Who's the Boss in the Factory? CD (album) cover




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4.06 | 482 ratings

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5 stars The Swedish progressive rock is all up with these last years.From Anglagard to The Flower Kings,through Kaipa and Pain of Salvation, this scandinavian country has launched some of the best bands in the genre in recent times.

And that's how I discovered I Karmakanic.When I looked at the band's name, I thought: Oh, my God.But the Karmakanic is really interesting, and in his third album, "Who's the boss in the factory?", they prove that counts.

The album opens with a little kid singing.This is "Send a message from the Heart," an epic of 19 minutes which is a song to get the breath. There references,since The Flower Kings (after the bass player Jonas Reingold, is also from TFK and drummer Zoltan Cs÷rsz, has played on the album "Paradox Hotel"), Yes, Pink Floyd up Dream Theater (tiny, but it has). "Let in Hollywood is a very heavy rock, but still features the band . The title track're my least favorite, but the chorus is wonderful, especially at the end of the song. "Two blocks from the edge" was the first song I heard on the album-and band-and is simply perfeita.The saxophone is addictive! Finally we have "Eternally" and its two parts, the first a delicate piano solo and the second a song very sentimental.

This is a very good album, this band will only get better!

voliveira | 5/5 |


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