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K.A

Magma

 

Zeuhl

4.27 | 433 ratings

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rafabal
5 stars the missing (or unfinished?) EPISODE between M.D.K and Köhntarkösz...Köhntarkösz Anteria abreviated as K.A is probably the most surprising event in years. Cristian Vander's new band were challenged to try to defeat the time aranging everything to sound as a past line-up. Moreover, they understood (those who aren't Vander of course) the dimension of being part of the history recreating an old piece of music... and I must say the sound is simply...out of this World!!!!! (like they always used to do music...the caracteristic sound of Kobaia is present in every part as a friendly ghost). Probably this is Cristian's debt to all their fans...even it's not new music, who cares about new stuff this music will always be avantgarde art with 70's spirit.

I think that after the gathering of the Theusz Hamtaahk Trilogie after finishing the Köhntarkösz Anteria album Magma's discography is everytime more Solid than before and we will have to recognize when this Cristian Vander's task ends he has to be compared as equal with the great musicians of all times...

No matter what this album was created to be play it LOUD!!!!Believe me, it's a different experience the first time I heard it I realized that I listened almost the III parts not that loud, a little upset with myself I played it all again but louder... and only then, I even felt the Magma live experience...

rafabal | 5/5 |

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