Djam Karet - Burning The Hard City CD (album) cover


Djam Karet


Eclectic Prog

3.68 | 48 ratings

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3 stars Two of DJAM KARET's early works have been re-released and available again on the magnificent Cuneiform label. "Burning the Hard City" and "Suspension & Displacement" were released simultaneously in 1991. This release is a little bit harder and heavier than their later recordings. DJAM KARET's music is all-instrumental, and it's a mix of GENESIS, HAPPY THE MAN, KING CRIMSON and PINK FLOYD. The mixing and production isn't very good on this CD, but then again it is, as I said, an early DJAM KARET release. - DJAM KARET has released far better albums later in their career, both as composers and musicians. This album has a flat sound and it lacks a lot of dynamic. The music also tends to get to repetitive and boring. "Province 19: The Visage Of War" is however a good track. I usually like DJAM KARET's music a lot, but this album never grows on me. Buy their masterpiece "The Devouring" instead.
Greger | 3/5 |


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