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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.39 | 8 ratings

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David Saez
4 stars This work of Unoma has involved a significant shift in style and quality.

The album is a personal bet of Fidel Vazquez, who has given to the production a hard sound and sometimes a little dirty, typical of the U.S. west coast. Excellent production, I would almost say that the best production of the decade in any area of Spanish music. The truth is that this gem, this diamond has the great difficulty of not having the necessary promotion in Spain and, consequently, its national and international outreach is limited.

It's an album is much more direct and radical break with the style he showed in his CD "Chroma. " Closer to bands like Tool, letting go a more traditional concept of progressive rock to get into something much more modern and strong.

The power of his songs is a bit muffled the sound off as extremely serious and that mitigates the dynamics of music from other times. That is, this work is ready for modern ears.

In summary, invest a little money to enjoy to this good work.

David Saez | 4/5 |


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