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2.89 | 10 ratings

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4 stars Very nice album from this neo-prog band from Spain. I enjoyed very much the overall sound and the production, but the most important thing there is that there are some brilliant songs like the excellent "Late at Night" and "Bright Lights". Not too much into other tunes like the opening tune "Bagdad", but I have to say that the highlight here are the lyrics courtesy of the bassist Jordi Planas. Jordi along with drummer David Sŕez provide a very solid rhythm section, while Xiscu López is an excellent singer who reminds me a little a Geddy Lee with a Spanish accent.

I'm not too much into the work of guitarist Fidel Vázquez: he's surely a talented songwriter, but I really don't like his sound and somewhere I find his playing rather imprecise and aproximative.

All in all it's a very nice work that worths a listen. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4.

ifsounds | 4/5 |


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