Kaipa - Nattdjurstid  CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

1.80 | 48 ratings

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4 stars This album is a completely different story compared to the ones they've recorded before. "Nattdjurstid" ("Nightanimalstime), is on the whole a Hans Lundin effort, the leader, singer and keyboardist of the band. The record is filled with his haunted, screaming voice, which I know is too much for some, but I love it. The music is sometimes dark and in some sence a mix between new-age (as it sounded at the time) and (then) modern prog and it comes out very nice, I think. The songs are rather short, but in fact Kaipa usually made shorter tracks then many other bands in the genre at the time. I was rather dissapointed when it was released, but it has grown over the years and I now find it strong and charming. It was released at a small independent label at the time and hasn't been released on CD yet, which makes me thank God for old vinyls and cdr:) Oh, one more thing: the final track; "Všntar en storm" (Expecting a storm) is one of Kaipas strongest tracks, IMO!
progrocklover | 4/5 |


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